Amphitrite is the Olympian Goddess of the Sea and wife of Poseidon.

Greek Mythology

Amphitrite was a very minor god in all surviving mythological records. Her parentage is uncertain - Hesiod claims Nereus and Doris, while the Bibliotheca says Oceanus and Tethys; all four of these deities were Titans.

Amphitrite is rarely pictured in person, instead she is most often used as a poetic name for the bounty of the sea.

In the God of War Series

God of War

Deep inside Pandora's Temple, there is a chamber dedicated to her as part of the Challenge of Poseidon. A large statue of her holding a trident adorns the chamber.


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