Chaos

British - A giant. When Gawain and his brothers were en route to King Arthur's court to be made knights they were attacked by a band of mercenary Saxons and giants, including Chaos and Sanagran, who had just raided London while Arthur was absent at his wedding feast. The brothers routed their attackers and recovered the looted treasure. Chaos was killed by Gawain. Sometimes identified as Chaos, Hun-tun, Hun-tun, Chaos, Emperor of the Centre, Hu, Shu, T'ai Chi or Hu.
Greek - A primordial being. This being is regarded as the progenitor of the deities Eros, Erebus, Gaea, Nyx and Tartarus. In some lore, occasionally known as Chaos, Hun-tun, Hun-tun, Chaos, Emperor of the Centre, Hu, Shu, T'ai Chi or Hu.
Phoenician - A primaeval creator deity. Consort of Aer. Progenitor of Kolpia and Pothos. Sometimes called Chaos, Hun-tun, Hun-tun, Chaos, Emperor of the Centre, Hu, Shu, T'ai Chi or Hu.
General - A disordered state. Many mythologies envisage a preexisting state from which the ordered universe appeared, and deify the primordial creative power as Chaos. In some references, identified as Chaos, Hun-tun, Hun-tun, Chaos, Emperor of the Centre, Hu, Shu, T'ai Chi or Hu.

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