|Names(s):||Gaea, Gaia, Ge|
|Rules Over:||The Earth|
|Symbols:||The Earth, Fruit|
|Consort:||Uranus and Pontus|
|Other Significant Other(s):||Poseidon and Zeus|
|Children||The Cyclopes, The Hekatonkheires, Kronus, Hyperion, Koios, Krios, Oceanus, Iapetos, Rhea, Theia, Themis, Tethys, Mnemosyne, Phoebe, Typhon, and Echidna|
|Roman Name||Terra, Tellus|
Gaea or Gaia (Ancient Greek: Γαῖα) was the earth itself, mother to all gods, titans, and monsters, and wife to her son, Uranus.
With Uranus, Gaea had many children. But she had them in batches, usually a different species each time. The first were the Titans, the second was the Cyclopes, and the third were the Hekatonkheires. Once the Cyclopes and Hekatonkheires were born, Uranus threw them into Tartarus due to their ugliness. Gaea was angry at this, so she fashioned a sickle out of the hardest flint. She went to her children, the Titans, and gave it to them. Kronos, the youngest of them all, took the sickle and convinced four of his brothers to help kill their father.
- Pontus, Uranus, The Ourea, Typhon, Cyclopes, Hekatonkheires and Echidna (Children by herself)
- Nereus, Ceto, Phorcys, Aigaios, Eurybia, and Thaumas (Children with Pontus)
- Cronus, Oceanus, Hyperion, Koios, Krios, Iapetos, Rhea, Tethys, Theia, Phoebe, Mnemosyne, and Themis (Children with Uranus)
- Aergia, Penthos, and Poine (Children with Aether)