By: Nick Deering and Chris Bouvier
Who is Zeus?
Zeus is "the father of gods". Zeus is also the god of weather, fate, and law and order. Zeus has two brothers who are Poseidon and Hades and is the child of Cronus and Rhea. His "power" or fighting technic is that he hurls thunder bolt or lightning bolt at those who displease him. Also Zeus punishes those who lie or break oaths. Also Zeus has been part of many different wars such as The Titan War, The War of Giants, and The Trojan War. Zeus was also considered the greatest Olympian gods, he obtained the heavens and the upper regions.
His Family and Relations!
Zeus is married to Hera, but is known for having many, many, many affairs. Also, Zeus is the father of many sons and daughters, which some are Apollon, Ate, Dike, Aspos, and many more. He has brothers and sisters which include Hades, Poseidon, Demeter and Hestia.
Zeus is the ruler of Mount Olympus, and like I said before, he watches over people, since he is the "King of the Gods". He uses a lightning bolt to also watch over people, and hurl it at people who displease him.
Zeus's symbol, as you can probably tell, is a thunder bolt. The thunder bolt represents how he is the God of the sky, and of thunder. Another symbol of his is the eagle, and its that simply because he's the God of the sky.
Earth helped Zeus Overthrow Cronus(his father). He was one of the 12 Olympian Gods who resided on the summit of Mount Olympus. His older brother Poseidon and Hades were in charge of the sea and Hell. Zeus also had the power to shape shift.
Greek and Roman Names!
Zeus's Greek name is Zeus. But his Roman name is Jupiter. Zeus's Greek name was Derived from the god Dyeous which meant shine or sky.