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Neptune, the Lord of the Sea, was the god of the sea and influenced the destinies of all men in Roman mythology. To the Greeks he was Poseidon, one of the twelve Olympians.


God of sea, Neptune became arrogant and argued with the other gods over who should rule the land. The Lord of the Sea retreated to his underwater golden palace, and speared the clouds with his trident to cause flooding rains, choosing to resurface in his sea monster-driven chariot only on occasion.

Those who wielded his trident needed to pay homage and pray to Neptune before they were able to use it.

According to legend, Poseidon was the creator of Atlantis, to whom a temple was dedicated at the center of island.[1]

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Poseidon is misspelled as "Posiedon" in Indiana Jones and the Lands of Adventure.



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