- This article is about the Titan. For the son of King Pandion of Athens, see Pallas (son of Pandion).
Pallas was the name of a Titan in Greek mythology. He was the son of Crius and Eurybia. His wife was Styx and he was the father of Nike, Bia, Cratos and Zelus. He fought on the side of the Titans in the Titanomachy and was cast, alongside his comrades, into Tartaros by the Olympians. The name Pallas can also refer to a giant who was killed by Athena during the Gigantomachy, resulting in her adoption of the epithet "Pallas Athene".
|Parents||Uranus • Gaia|
|Elder Titans||Coeus • Crius • Cronus • Hyperion • Iapetus • Oceanus|
|Elder Titanesses||Dione • Mnemosyne • Phoebe • Theia • Rhea • Themis • Tethys|
|Coeonides||Asteria • Leto|
|Crionides||Astraeus • Pallas • Perses|
|Hyperionides||Eos • Helios • Selene|
|Iapetonides||Atlas • Epimetheus • Menoetius • Prometheus|
|Oceanides||Potamoi • Rhode • Styx|
|Others||Anemoi • Astra Planeta • Cratos • Eurynome • Hecate • Lelantos • Melisseus • Metis • Nike • Ophion|
|Topics||Overthrowing of Ouranus • Titanomachy|