Athena, also known as Palas Athena is, in Greek mythology, the goddess of civilization, of wisdom, of strategy in battle, of Arts, of justice and of skill. 167/20
In Greek mythology, Poseidon, also known as Posidão, Poseidon, or Possêidon assumed the status of supreme god of the sea, known to the Romans as Neptune, possibly having Etruscan origin as Nethuns.
Although often treated as the Olympic god of war, he is more exactly the god of the wild War, bloodlust, or killing personified.
Zeus, is the father of the gods, who exercised authority over the Olympic gods in the ancient Greek religion. It's The God of Heaven, lightning, that keeps order and justice in Greek mythology 188/2000
Artemis, or Artemisia is the Greek goddess linked to wildlife and hunting; Later on, he also became associated with the moon and the magic.
Apollo, also known as Phoebus (brilliant), in Greek mythology is considered the god of youth and light, identified primarily as a solar deity, one of the most eclectic deities of Greco-Roman mythology. Son of Zeus and Titan Latona (Leto). 263/2000