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1. It has been suggested by M.L. West that these changes may derive from the now lost epic Titanomachy.

2. In these myths, Styx supported Zeus in the Titanomachy, where she was said to be the first to rush to his aid.

3. A great war was begun, the Titanomachy, for control of the cosmos.

4. The Roman mythographer Hyginus, in his Fabulae, gives an unusual (and perhaps confused) account of the Titanomachy.

5. Atlas and his brother Menoetius sided with the Titans in their war against the Olympians, the Titanomachy.

6. A somewhat different account of the Titanomachy appeared in a poem that is now lost.

7. The Titanomachy was divided into two books.

8. Along with the other Titans, Coeus was overthrown by Zeus and the other Olympians in the Titanomachy.

9. As the least individualized among the Titans, he was overthrown in the Titanomachy.

10. They apparently lost the Titanomachy, the battle between the gods and the Titans.

11. This punishment is especially galling since Prometheus was instrumental in Zeus's victory in the Titanomachy.

12. Herodotus reported the ancient belief that the Megalopolis area was a battleground of the Titanomachy.

13. This punishment is especially galling since Prometheus was instrumental in Zeus' victory in the Titanomachy.

14. The eruption of Thera and volcanic fallout may have inspired the myths of the Titanomachy in Hesiod's Theogony.

15. The Titanomachy could have picked up elements of western Anatolian folk memory, as the tale spread westward.

16. The Titanomachy (Greek: Τιτανομαχία) is a lost epic poem, which is a part of Greek mythology.

17. The Titanomachy was divided into at least two books.

18. When it came to the Titanomachy, Atlas sided with his father Cronus in his fight against Zeus.

19. He then used this helmet to great effect during the Titanomachy and was instrumental in routing the Titans.

20. He appeared before Zeus at the start of the Titanomachy.

21. In the Titanomachy, Zeus was commanded by an oracle to cover himself with her skin (aegis).

22. After Titanomachy, Zeus won the throne from Cronus and successfully deposed him.

23. She is the Mistress of Pontos and the reason he revived the Titans and initiated a new Titanomachy.

24. Accounts of the fate of Cronus after the Titanomachy differ.

25. The film is loosely based on the Greek myth of Theseus and the Minotaur and the Titanomachy.

26. The name also appears in the lost epic poem the Titanomachy.

27. In the lost epic Titanomachy, Aegaeon was the son of Pontus (Sea), and lived in the sea.

28. Thus the Titanomachy apparently followed a different tradition than the more familiar account in the Theogony.

29. During the Titanomachy, she sided with the Titans against the Olympian gods;

30. Most of them fought against the Gods during the Titanomachy which ended with the Gods winning.