Zeus God of Thunder
Roman Name and Responsabilities
Zeus's Roman name is Jupiter. He rules Mount Olympus, Heaven, and Earth. He is the father of the gods and of the humans. He married many women, immortal or mortal, and had many children. He is related to many gods and goddesses.
Zeus is related to Cronus, Rhea, Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, Hera, Demeter, Antiope, Eurynome, Gaea, Metis, Mnemosyne, Maea, Persephone, Themis, Amphion, Zythos, Graces, Tityos, Ares, Hebe, Eilithysia, Hephaestus, Athena, Muses, Hermes, Zagreus, Horae, Fates, Aegina, Alcmene, Callisto, Danae, Eurymedousa, Europe, Electra, Io, Leda, Loto, Maera, Niobe, Pandora, Semele, Theia, Aeacus, Heracles, Arcas, Perseus, Myrmidon, Minos, Rhadamanthys, Sarpedon, Danaos, Iasion, Epaphus, Helen, Dioscouri, Artemis, Apollo, Locrus, Argus, Pelasgus, Graecus, Dionysus, and Magnes.
Zeus's symbol are either the thunderbolt, eagle, bull, or oak tree.
When Zeus's brothers and sisters were born, his father gobbled them up because he wanted a son like Zeus. When Zeus found out, he made his father throw them up and Zeus and his brothers and sisters overthrew their father.