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Zeus Dillon Funez

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Jaci Howard

on 25 April 2013

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Transcript of Zeus Dillon Funez

god of lightning and
the heavens Zeus ZEUS GOD OF LIGHTNING AND THE HEAVENS. Rhea, mother of Zeus Rhea is the mother
of Zeus. His dad
Cronus ate five of
the six children
Rhea had . Her sixth
child, Zeus was sent
off to grow stronger
and someday defeat
Cronus. Back Up A girl named Metis tricked Cronus to drink some medicine that would make him the best ruler in the world. Well, you know what happened. He threw up the stone and the five children popped out. Hades, Poseidon, Hestia, Demeter, and Hera were the children. Team Work for the Win Zeus and his brothers and sisters defeated Cronus , Zeus then became ruler of the universe. First Actions The first thing Zeus did was release the sons of mother earth out of Tartarus. The Herkatonkheires (one hundred armed ones) fought a long Zeus in battle. Hades Hades, brother of Zeus was given the cap of invisibility so he can strike enemies unseen. Hades unfotunately did some bad things and got banished to the underworld . Poseidon Poseidon was given the trident to rule the sea. Poseidon was the smart brother and he didn't get banished to the underworld like his brother Hades Zeus' Appearance Zeus looks young with a brown beard and he is crowned with a scepter with lightning bolts by his side. Signs and Nicknames Zeus was known as being humble. He has mercy and he was the protector of the weak, and punisher of the wicked. This is where they come to bring offerings and visit Zeus. The End Finally, there had to be an end to all of the gods, including Zeus. His days of ruling were over and so the gods became constellations up in the sky. Recources Parin D'aulaire, Ingri and Edgar.
Book Of Greek Myths. New York: Doubleday. 1962 Evans Hestia, The Mythology Handbooks
New York: Candlewick Press. 2009 http://www.theoi.com/olympios/zeus.html
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