Zeus In Greek Mythology

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Greek Mythology is a bunch of stories that has conflict with another person or god. Many stories have been passed down from the ancient times leading to many other versions. Although Zeus is best known for the god of weather, he is also known for nature's control of life and an act of heroism. Zeus is a god that has done a ton of things, which cannot be counted.This can be shown through his background information. Zeus is a god of the sky and he is also a weather god. His place of worships is located in the mountains. His parents are Kronos and Rhea. Zeus's siblings are Poseidon, Hera, and Demeter. Zeus's spacious home is located on Mount Olympus with the other gods that are also under his household. Zeus has also had 8 children with different women. Athena, Apollo Artemis, Hermes Dionysus, Aphrodite, Ares, and Hephaistos were his children. Since Zeus is the god of weather, he would send thunder, lightening, rain, and…show more content…
Zeus was the control of the sky. He had brought the clouds, thunder, rain, and also lightning. "Other mythological powers brought the earth and human beings into existence. "(UXL Encyclopedia of World1076). Besides Zeus being the god of the sky and weather, he was the god of kingship and king of the gods. Zeus and Jupiter have things in common. They can be shown as similar because Zeus and Jupiter were powerful and were gods of the sky and the weather. (Benet's Reader's Encyclopedia1089). Zeus is one of the important gods in the history of Greek Mythology. He has saved people and did other things that played a big role in Greek Mythology. Zeus was the god that people had counted on because of what he did for them. Because of that, Zeus is known as the amorous god. Although Zeus's nature's control of life can make him known as the god of nature such as the god of the sky and weather, an act of heroism can make him become even more know. Doing things for others will make them not
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