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Zeus was the supreme god of the Olympians He is the ruler of the sky He is represented by the eagle and the thunderbolt He could control the weather clouds and wind Zeus is represented as the god of justice and mercy the protector f the weak and the punisher of the wicked Cronus was Zeuss father Poseidon and Hades were Zeuss older brothers Zeus was the youngest son Cronus was overthrew by Zeus and his brothers Zeus then became ruler of the sky Poseidon was ruler of the sea and became ruler of the underworld Zeuss wife was Hera Hera was also his sister Hera did not have all of his children though Zeus had many children He had 38 immortal children Only five of them were from his legal wives His children were Athene Ares Hephaistos Hebe Ailithyia Aphrodite Persephone Hermes Dionysos Erse Hekate the twins Apollon and Artemis the three Fates Eunomie Dike Eiren Harmonia Pan Epaphos and there were a lot more He also had mortal children Zeus had around 32 mortal kids Most were leaders of greek nations There are lots of things that kind of symbols of Zeus One is the eagle The eagle symbolizes his authority over the sky The thunder is the power he has and the fair punishment he gives to people His shield is called Aigida It is made from leather of some goat called Amalheia It is supposed to represent the protection that Zeus gives to the weak The bull is his power and so is the lightning bolt The olive tree represents all the good things he gave to humans Ever since he was born he had to fight for what hes got His first battle was with his dad Kronos was eating Zeuss brothers and sisters Zeus fought his dad to free his brothers and sisters from his dads stomach Then Zeus cut Kronoss balls off Then Zeus had to fight the
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