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Zeus- The King of The Gods
Transcript of Zeus- The King of The Gods
for eating his children.
His wife Rhea tricked him
into eating a rock instead
Zeus. When Zeus grew up, he
then made his father vomit
up all of his brothers and
sisters. !ZEUS! KING OF THE GODS Rhea is the daughter of Uranus, the sky, and Gaia. Rhea is married to her brother Cronus. She is the mother to Demeter, Hades, Hera, Hestia, Poseidon, and Zeus. Enemies & Allies Zeus' enemies were...
Typhon, Ares, Pluto, Typpolta, Cronus, Titans, Typhoeus, Otus, Ephialles, and the giants.
Zeus' allies were...
Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, Demeter, and Hera. What does Zeus look like...? He was a tall, muscular man, with long flowing white hair, and a white beard. He carried a lightning bolt and a shield with a carving of Medusa's head on it. Zeus' Names His Roman
Jupiter and his
was Jove. Cronus was the father of Zeus. Typhon Ares ENEMIES ALLIES Hades Poseidon Demeter Zues' Symbol Zues is mostly recognized by what he carries around in his hand, a lightning bolt. Because Zeus is the god of the sky, it's only fitting for him to have a lighting bolt. The lighting bolt he carries around symbolizes the power that he weilds towards to the roman people that worship him. Works Cited " N.S. Gill." Zeus - Profile of the Greek God Zeus. About.com , N/A. Web. 27 Apr 2011. <http://ancienthistory.about.com/cs/grecoromanmyth1/p/Zeus.htm>. The Olympians
Skidmore, Joel. Mythweb. December 19, 2003.
January 15, 2004
Works Cited The End