Hercules was sent to complete these tasks by the antagonist, Hera, or the Girl of Zeus, Hercules’ father. Hera was angry with Zeus for cheating on her, so she sent Hercules, his son, to go through challenges which she thought would most certainly kill him. In the Disney version, Hercules was met with the main antagonist, Hades, or the guardian of the underworld, who is suggested to be evil, almost taking the role of the Devil. He wanted to kill Hercules so he could get revenge on Zeus, for sending him into the underworld. He planned to do this by unleashing the TITANS, or these really big guys who hated Zeus because he locked them up into another world and kept them from destroying him.
After finding Proteus, Menelaus was not allowed to sail home due to not respecting the gods. Proteus says, “How wrong you were! ... You should have offered Zeus and the other gods a handsome sacrifice, then embarked, if you had hoped for a rapid journey home across the wine-dark sea" (Homer, Odyssey, IV.529-532). By not paying his respects to the gods before going off to war, Menelaus had his voyage prolonged as a result. The only way he could home was to go back to Egypt and pay his respects to Zeus, the king of the gods.
He was considered by Greeks to have a difficult quarrelsome personality. Combined with his greed, he had a series of disputes with other gods during his various attempts to take over the cities they were patrons of. Hades was the brother of Zeus and Poseidon. After the overthrow of their father, Cronus, he drew lots with them to share the universe. He drew poorly, which resulted in becoming lord of the underworld and ruler of the dead.
Artemidorus was trying to do Caesar a favor and save his life, but Caesar shows arrogance and does not accept his favor therefore showing his arrogance. Overall, Caesar’s taking or not taking of chances leads to his demise and shows his arrogant
On a night when a full moon would have shown, Apollo raced towards Earth in his blinding light. Twas’ excruciatingly painful as it moved closer. Not a single eye could be kept open, as both Mortals and immortals shielded their eyes against the light of the powerful Sun God. Lives perished that day, bodies burned, eyes blinded With no one able to stop Apollo 's hateful attack, Mortals suffered by the plenty on that day but soon Apollo was unable to continue the attack for his energy had run out.
Ruler of Tartarus Screaming, crying, burning and horrible sounds of torture underground in the dark and gloomy underworld or also known as tartarus this is where the most infamous god of Greece ruled. Hades was the son of Cronus and Rhea and the brother of all famous Zeus and Poseidon. These gods all had a throne on mount olympus were the greeks believed they sat and watched upon them. Hades the sunless unwelcoming god also known as the god of wealth received the underworld why Zeus got the sky and Poseidon got the ocean this is what lead to hades to become the sinister ruler the Greeks believed in.
The second time Odysseus shows that he had supernatural conflict is in the Aeolus adventure, and it was caused by Odysseus’s crew members, who opened the bag of storm winds. In the Odyssey, it states that Aeolus, the god of winds, gives Odysseus the bag of storm winds. The plan was to allow the west wind to only blow Odysseus and his crew back home. However, the plan failed because some of the crew members opened the bag, since they were curious because the inside of the bag was kept as a secret to them, which clearly demonstrates that Odysseus had supernatural conflict. As the results, Poseidon’s power, the storm winds blew Odysseus and the crew further away from their destination.
Hades was a God in Greek Mythology. Hades was the oldest son of Cronus and Rhea. He had two brothers Zeus and Poseidon and three sisters Demeter, Hestia, and Hera. Hades was known for many different names as a God, was known for sacred symbols, and also had many powers. Hades was known as the God of the underworld and of the dead.
His weapon was a trident, with which he could make the earth shake, causing earthquakes, and shatter any object. He was second to Zeus in power amongst the gods. He was considered by Greeks to have a difficult argumentative personality. Combined with his greed, he had a series of disputes with other gods during his various attempts to take over the cities they were patrons of. Poseidon was one of the many gods that had supernatural powers without Poseidon there wouldn’t have been water.
The Greek gods and goddesses were the basis for the Greek religion that was polytheistic. They were used to explain natural phenomenon, human qualities, and life events. The Greeks had 13 main gods and goddesses for the basis. Those Greek gods and goddesses were Zeus, Hades, Poseidon, Hera, Demeter, Aphrodite, Artemis, Apollo, Ares, Athena, Hephaestus, Hermes, and Dionysus. These figures lived on a mountain in a big utopian society with anything they wanted, this mountain was Mount Olympus.
This curse is only because Zeus cheated and had a son not with Hera. “He was born in Thebes and for a long time was held to be the son of Amphitryon, a distinguished general.” , although this was the thought in reality Hercules was born from Amphitryon’s wife. During the war, she had 2 kids while Amphitryon was at war. Hercules is one of them.
Apollo was the Greek god of light whom was son of Zeus and Leto. Apollo was born on an island called Delos, Mikonos, Greece. When he was a baby they would say that he immediately transformed into a man. Apollo was the twin brother of Artemis, goddess of chastity. Apollo was possibly one of the most loved Greek God.
Greek mythology has changed and evolved over the years to accommodate different beliefs and ideas. These characters in Greek mythology have shaped stories over the years. It has integrated into several different cultures including the Romans. The gods and beasts of Greek Mythology were always fighting and warring with each other and destroying one another. Greek Gods Greek gods and goddesses were mortals that would fight from time to time.