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Zeus

Greek: Δίας, Latin: Iuppiter, Greek, Ancient: Ζεύς
Also Known As: "Zevs", "Dhias", "Jupiter", "Jove", "Dyaus Pitar", ""father of men"", "Dios del olimpo"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Mt Othrys
Death: Died
Cause of death: torn to pieces by titans at Hera's bidding, reincarnated through Dionysis
Immediate Family:

Son of Cronos and Rhea
Husband of Dione; Aphrodite; Aega goddess; rock .; Hestia - - Vesta and 1 other
Ex-husband of hgdc and Persephone
Partner of Nymph African of Troy; Nymph Sithnid of Troy; Protogeneia; Nemesi / Vendetta Divina Primordiale; Cassiopeia and 58 others
Father of Iarbas of Troy; Megarus of Troy; Castore dei Dioscuri degli Olimpici / di Sparta; Aegipan; Atymnius of Troy and 166 others
Brother of Hera; Demeter; Veritas; Hestia - - Vesta; Poseidon and 1 other
Half brother of Kheiron Chiron -

Occupation: his consorts, and nymphs he abducted and, aka Zeus (Jupiter) of OLYMPUS; Greek GOD of the Sky; `Cloud gatherer'; 3rd/4th Ruler GOD of the Universe, God, King of the gods, Chief of all Gods; The Lord of the skys, supreme ruler of the gods, dieu de Ciel
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About Zeus

King of the gods and ruler of Mount Olympus; god of the sky and thunder. Youngest child of the Titans Cronus and Rhea. Symbols include the thunderbolt, eagle, oak tree, scepter and scales. Brother and husband of Hera, although he had many lovers.

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Zeus was born on Crete

According to Greek mythology, Zeus was born on Crete. Two caves high in the Cretan mountains contest the honour of being known as the birthplace of the greatest god of ancient Greece: the Dikteon Cave in south-central Crete and the Ideon Cave on the highest mountain in Crete, Mount Ida or Psiloritis. There is no information describing exactly where Zeus was born, and each cave has its own adherents. The important thing, however, is that Crete is the birthplace of Zeus, in a way which has many points of similarity to the birth of Christ, many centuries later, in another cave in what is now the state of Israel. Uranus, Gaia and Cronus

gaia Gaia

But let’s start at the beginning... According to Hesiod’s Theogony, the first gods at the beginning of the world were Uranus (the Sky) and Gaia (the Earth). Uranus, fearful of losing his power to his descendants, cast his children into the depths of the earth. Gaia, who was not keen on her husband’s behaviour, hid her son Cronus in the marriage bed and later helped him to overthrow his father. According to myth, on Gaia’s advice Cronus took a sickle and castrated Uranus, throwing his genitals into the sea. Thus was born the beautiful goddess of love Aphrodite. Cronus and Rhea, the birth of Zeus on Crete

But Cronus was to share his father’s fate. Afraid of his father’s prophetic curse, he swallowed his children sothey would not be able to take his place. rhea and cronus Rhea gives to Cronus a fake baby

Cronus and Rhea had had five children before Zeus, who all ended up in their father’s stomach. When Rhea became pregnant with Zeus, she did not want him to share their fate, so she asked for the help of her parents, Uranus and Gaia. Following their advice, she went to Crete and hid in a cave inthe Cretan mountains to bring forth the child in secret, unknown to her child-eating husband. As she gave birth, Rhea tried to stifle her cries by sinking her fingers into the earth. From each finger arose one of the ten Dactyls, benevolent inhabitants of the Cretan mountains. Throughout the birth, the entrance to the cave was guarded by the legendary Curetes, whom many myths identify with the Dactyls. As soon as Rhea gave birth to Zeus, the healthy boy who was to become the Father of the Gods of Olympus, she gave him to the Curetes to look after. They danced and stamped, beat their drums and clashed their shields to cover the baby’s crying. In order to deceive her husband Cronus, Rhea gave him a stone wrapped in swaddling clothes instead of the baby. He swallowed the supposed infant at once and relaxed once more in the certainty that his throne was not at risk from his children.


Zeus grows up hidden in the mountains of Crete

In the meantime, little Zeus was growing up in the cave where he remained hidden in the mountains of Crete. The goat Amalthea and the nymph Melissa played an important part in his upbringing. Amalthea, a goat or, according to others, a nymph, suckled the holy infant and from her horn, the cornucopia or horn of plenty, came all manner of good things. The nymph Melissa nursed Zeus and looked after him, while feeding him her nourishing honey so he would grow more quickly. The War of the Titans - Zeus overthrows Cronus

Titanomachy Titanomachy, Painting by Cornelis van Haarlem, 1588

When Zeus eventually grew up and came of age, he overthrew Cronus and assumed his divine authority, either bloodlessly or after a terrible war, the Titanomachy, referred to in a different version of the myth. According to the version of the Titanomachy or War of the Titans, when Zeus went to find his father and take over from him, he sliced open Cronus’s belly and out leapt all the children he had swallowed in the past: Hera, Poseidon, Hestia, Demeter and Pluto (Hades). With their help, Zeus fought the Titans who controlled the universe, led by Cronus. The war was long and cruel but it was finally won by Zeus and his siblings, who, together with Zeus’s children, made up the Twelve Gods of Olympus.

Minoan Christmas

We all know the story of how Christ was born in a manger, with animals whose breath and bodies offered some warmth in the frozen cave, according to Orthodox tradition. But how many of us know that this story is not original, but had also taken place many centuries earlier in ancient Greece, specifically on the island of Crete? According to Greek mythology, Dias or Zeus, the father of the gods of Olympus, was born in a cave on Crete. No myth gives the precise location of the cave; Hesiod’s Theogony, for instance, refers to a cave near the ancient city of Lyktos in south-central Crete. This led to confusion and so today there are two contenders for the title of Zeus’s birthplace: the Ideon Cave on Mount Ida or Psiloritis near the village of Anoyia, and the Dikteon Cave on Mount Dicte, near the village of Psychro on the Lassithi Plateau. In both caves, excavations have brought archaeological finds to light showing that these were important cult places, but there is not enough evidence to choose one of the two as the birthplace of Zeus. Similarities between the stories of Christ and Zeus

Zeus was born in a cave on Crete Christ was born in a cave in Israel Zeus was the greatest of the gods of Olympus Christ is the head of the Christian Church Zeus was born in a cave to hide him from his father Cronus Christ was born in a cave to hide him from Herod The goat Amalthea and a swarm of bees accompanied the newborn god and offered him nourishment during his early years According to variations on the myth, other animals which helped Zeus were the eagle, pigeons, the dog and the sow. Animals offered warmth to the baby Jesus in the cave The Cretan myths, unlike those of the rest of Greece, relate that Zeus died and was reborn each year Zeus Cretagenes, the Cretan-born Zeus, is thought to have replaced an older deity, the Cretan god of vegetation, who died in Autumn and was reborn in Spring, following the eternal cycle of nature. Christ was crucified, died and was resurrected. From the cave of Zeus to the manger of Christ

birth of ChristAccording to the experts, religions evolve down the ages, adapting to new conditions. However, they always cover basic human needs, needs which do not change significantly through history. Just as our ancestors, thousands of years ago, prayed to Zeus (the Hymn to the Dictaean Zeus) for their families, their crops, their flocks and their ships, for peace and prosperity in their societies, so too do we pray to God today for exactly the same things. The only difference is that most of us are no longer farmers or shepherds, but businesspeople, employees and scientists. In Crete we also have a further example of ancient practices being carried over to the new religion. When the shepherds of Mount Psiloritis accuse each other of stealing sheep, they go to the monastery of Dioskourios and, before the holy icons, swear a solemn oath - not to Christ, as one would expect, but to Za (derived from the name of Zeus). Especially concerning the births of Christ and Zeus, we see collective memories and universal truths which still apply, unchanged, despite the millennia separating the two stories. Christ, according to Orthodox tradition, was born in a cave, like Zeus long before. Why a cave? Perhaps because caves were the first refuges for humans, offering shelter from bad weather and wild animals. Perhaps because caves are ancient symbols of the womb, the wombs of the Earth, Gaia, the Great Mother. Animals were at the side of the newborn Zeus and Christ and helped them to survive at the beginning of their lives, just as animals have helped people survive for thousands of years, with their meat, milk, wool or companionship. The exercise of power by cruel rulers has led to thousands of victims in every age. Both Cronus and Herod are expressions of the bottomless human thirst for power, a thirst which overcomes all law and conscience: Cronus swallowed his children alive, while Herod slaughtered all the male infants in his district. Both Zeus and Christ, in their first moments of life, faced these ruthless tyrants and were hidden in caves to survive. Just to make things clear: this article does not aim to equate Zeus with Christ. There are certainly similarities in their stories, but there are even more differences, particularly in their lives and personalities. This article was not written by an expert on religions, nor is it a scientific text. These are just some simple observations whose intention is more to entertain than to teach. I hope we have managed to do so.

Zeus' grave

Much has been written about Zeus’ grave. According to the Cretans the father of gods and people who was born in Crete was burried in the same place as well. But where is his grave? Some people look for it in Giouchta, some others on the mountains of Lasithi and others on Mount Ida (Psiloritis). Kallinikos (or Callinicus), yet for others Epimenides of Knossos is said to have accused the Cretans as being liars because they showed visitors around Zeus’ grave while he considered him immortal since he never died. As I heard by elderly people who lived between the end of 1800 until 1950-60, several Greeks but in particular foreign visitors of the village asked where was ZOU, POULOU and MAKARIA. Let us begin with ZOU. In the south-eastern side of the hill named Kefalas, opposite Nikiforiana or Metochi, and 100 metres west of Amalthea’s Water, there is a cave whose roof has fallen over probably by some earthquake*. The legend says that an old king is buried in that cave and that it is full of gold. (According to Diodoros Siculos, Zeus was the first King of Crete.) This cave is called ZOU’s cave (another name for Zeus). Consequently the inhabitants of Zouliana, Zoulakkiana or Zoniana are entitled to claim that Zeus’ grave is situated in their territory until a further investigation on the matter is carried out and also to sing the following couplets:

Zoniana is the favourite place of Zeus

That is why he is still buried in its guts.

Zou’s Cave and Amalthea’s Water

  • Statistics by N. Stavrakis, p. 107, “Earthquakes in Crete”: July 21, 365 BC. According to Von Hoff, ten towns were destroyed in Crete. “But if it is true”, says Dapper (p. 399), “that in Crete there was Zeus’ grave, it becomes clear that it must have been destroyed by an earthquake which took place during the first consulship of Flavius Iulius Valens and Valentinian I in the year 360 BC during which year more than one hundred towns of this island collapsed. Lacroix adds that in 368 BC, during the time of Gratian the Great (Flavius Gratianus Augustus), a part of the island was flooded.

Makaria

500 metres away from the last house in Agouriana there is a location called Makaria. The legend says that there was an ancient city, Makaria, and this is not only manifested by the legend but also by the presence of more than ten, half-destroyed wine-presses with their pots, built with a special kind of lime, that is mud made by grated tile and lime. There is also a stone of 1.5 m. X 0.5 m. having an engraved circle and at its edges two parallel holes of 0.1 m. X 0.2 m. which was probably used as a press (see picture below). In many places there are extant walls (see picture below), others made by clay and others not, built with rough stones, which means that they are very old. In the “History of Crete” by V. Psilakis, Vol. 1, p. 56, footnote 1, it is cited that: Hogarth says that “the private dwellings of that time (before 2000 BC ) were modestly built with rough stones and clay and were painted on the inside with plaster”. There are also graves on that spot but I am not sure of which era, probably not very old ones.

Walls in Makaria


 

Wine-press and press in Makaria


Diogenis' foot

Before we reach Makaria from the old road, at the location of Gagles there is a footprint on a stone which is called ‘Diogenis foot’ or Digenis’ foot’. When I asked Fragostelis (Stylianos Parassiris) why it is called Digenis’ foot and he explained to me, as we will see later, I noticed that he called him Diogeni rather than Digeni and I smiled ironically because, being a high school student at the time, I thought he pronounced it wrong. Fifty years later, while reading some book I found out that the Idaean Dactyls (or Dactyli) and the Curetes were called “D – i – o –geneis”, which means that they had been created by Dias (Zeus) and the descent of Dias or something like that. It was then when I remembered my uncle Fragostelis and I thought that he should be laughing ironically at me. Because as we know, Digenis was the Acritan, that is the frontiersman who pursued the Apelats from the borders of the Byzantine Empire. Here in Crete Talos, the Idaean Dactyls and the Curetes, who were called Diogeneis had taken on the role of Digenis centuries before him. The legend says that Diogenis or Digenis stepped on that stone, threw away his stick and cut one of the highest peaks of Koukoulonas. That is why it is called Koutsotroulis (which means without a peak).

(soon picture from Diogenis' foot)



The Island

An ancient town is referred to with that name. Next to Garazo there is a location with that name, which is uninhabited today, but which is said to have had six Greek Families in 1894, according to the ‘Topography of Crete’ by Kalomenopoulos. In addition, Ms. Argini Frangouli has written on the same matter where she expresses the opinion –having reservations though- that maybe on that location there had been one of the most ancient towns, Lasos, Panonia or Dion. Also in Chania there was a village with that name. Moreover, at a distance of 5-6 chilometres far away from Zoniana towards Psiloritis there is a location called the “Island”. This name is justified in every sense since from the east and north there was once lake Roussa, today a desiccated one, from the west the river Oaxis and from the south a small tributary.

In that tributary at the location of Macha high in the middle of the steep rock there is a part of a wall which makes it difficult to explain how or why it was built. In the same area a stone cutting tool resembling an axe has been found. The place on the Island has several small pieces from earthen pots. Today it is a seat inside a mitato1 of “Bouchourides” (a common Cretan family name). That seat was used for making cheese and resting.

   

Photos from the Island. In the first one we can see Psiloritis in the background whereas in the second one there is a ruined mitato.


1In fact it looks like a pen and it is a stony vaulted construction where the shepherds used to stay and make cheese usually in summer.


The Idaean Dactyls - Poulou

According to mythology the Idaean Dactyls or Dactyli used to be giants who were born on Mount Ida. That is why they are called Idaean, whose mission was to protect Zeus when he was little. There are many versions as to how and where they were born, which can be found in the “Cretan Mythology” by N. Psilakis. However, I will cite two of them which are related to our village. One of them says that when Rhea was in labour to Zeus, she stack her fingers into the Earth so as not to scream and let Cronus hear her. From each of her fingers, which left their fingerprints, sprang a giant, in total ten of them, who were named Idaean because they were born on Mount Ida and also Dactyls (or Dactyli), the Greek equivalent of fingers, which derives from Rhea’s fingers. It was them who committed themselves with the protection of Zeus. The other version says that a nymph called Anchiale touched with her fingers Land Oaxia and from it sprang ten men who were called Idaean Dactyls. But what is Land Oaxia? As it is widely spread, the river Milopotamos crosses Zoniana, from which river the province took its name. The river was named Oaxis in antiquity (also Virgil mentions it, see Encyclopedia “HELIOS”). It starts from Psiloritis, crosses Zoniana, Diskouri, next to Garazo, Mourtzana, Perama and flows into the mouth between Panormos and Skaleta. It is nowadays called Geropotamos. Anchiale touched the Land of Oaxis and this took place near Mount Ida in Zoniana. But even if we suppose that when we say Land Oaxia we mean the Earth of the ancient Oaxos (Axos), nothing really changes because in antiquity the entire province of Zoniana and Anogeia belonged to the kingdom of Oaxos (or Axos). Therefore, Oaxia was also the Land of Zoniana. But now another question rises: Where did Rhea stack her fingers and which are her fingerprints? One hand is surely situated at the location of Poulou. It is the place where the river Oaxis ends (Mesokourouno) and five streamlets begin to mount up Psiloritis. If one happens to see them from a high place, one is given the impression that they look like an open, gigantic hand (a common Greek gesture which shows contempt or abuse) and this in the Cretan dialect is called poulos, from which word derived the name of the location Poulou. These streamlets –fingerprints- belong to the Island, to Kavdelio, Zouridospilia, Pelekato and Lagoperama. To sum up, the Dactyls are called Idaean because the place is located on Mount Ida, Dactyls and Poulou because the streamlets look like open fingers, the river is called Oaxis – Land Oaxia consequently: this is the place where the ancient Cretans thought that Rhea had stack her hand.

 

Poulou

A strange picture

At a close distance from Zou’s cave and Amalthea’s Water there is what is depicted in the picture below. What can it be?


The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth caused The Flood in the age of Deucalion 1529 B.C..1 He was born at a cave of Dicte, Crete. Both Gaia and Uranus foretold Cronos that he would be dethroned by his own son. So to avoid this he used to swallow his children at birth. This enraged Rhea, who being pregnant with Zeus, went to Crete and gave him birth in a cave of Dicte. Nymphs fed the child Zeus on the milk of Amalthea and the Curetes in arms guarded the child in the cave, clashing their spears on their shields in order to prevent Cronos to hear his voice. In the meantime Rhea wrapped a stone in clothes and gave it to Cronos to swallow, as if it were the newborn child.1 He was the chief deity of the Greek pantheon, and called the father (i.e., the ruler and protector) of both gods and men.2 Also called the Sky God Jupiter Lucetius of Roman Myth.3 He was the son of the Titan Cronos of Greek Myth and the Titaness Rhea of Greek Myth.1 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth associated with the Pleiade Electra of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Atlas of Greek Myth and the Oceanid Pleïone of Greek Myth.4 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Oceanid Dione of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Oceanus of Greek Myth and the Titaness Tethys of Greek Myth.1 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Naiad Aegina of Greek Myth, daughter of the River God Asopus of Greek Myth and the Naiad Metope of Greek Myth.1,5 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Graeae Dino of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Phorcus of Greek Myth and the Sea-Goddess Ceto of Greek Myth.1 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth associated with Alcmene of Greek Myth, daughter of King of Mycenae Electryon Perseid and Anaxo of Greek Myth.1 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Pleiade Taygete of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Atlas of Greek Myth and the Oceanid Pleïone of Greek Myth.6 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married Leto of Greek Myth.7 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married Pyrrha of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Epimetheus of Greek Myth and Pandora of Greek Myth.8 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married Callisto of Greek Myth, daughter of King of Arcadia Lycaon of Greek Myth.9 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Queen of the Gods Hera of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Cronos of Greek Myth and the Titaness Rhea of Greek Myth; Siblings.10 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth associated with Europa of Greek Myth, daughter of Agenor of Greek Myth and Telephassa of Greek Myth. The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married Danaë of Greek Myth, daughter of King of Argos Acrisius of Greek Myth and Eurydice of Greek Myth.11 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Oceanid Plouto of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Oceanus of Greek Myth and the Titaness Tethys of Greek Myth.12 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Naiad Io of Greek Myth, daughter of the River God Inachus of Greek Myth and the Oceanid Melia of Greek Myth


Deus

É o rei dos deuses, soberano do Monte Olimpo e deus do céu e do trovão. Seus símbolos são o relâmpago, a águia, o touro e o carvalho.


Zeus (in Greek: nominative: Ζεύς Zeús, genitive: Διός Diós) in Greek mythology is the king of the gods, the ruler of Mount Olympus, and god of the sky and thunder. His symbols are the thunderbolt, eagle, bull and the oak. In addition to his Indo-European inheritance, the classical Zeus also derives certain iconographic traits from the cultures of the ancient Near East, such as the scepter. Zeus is frequently envisaged by Greek artists in one of two poses: standing, striding forward, a thunderbolt leveled in his raised right hand, or seated in majesty.

The son of Cronus and Rhea, he was the youngest of his siblings. He was married to Hera in most traditions, although at the oracle of Dodona his consort was Dione: according to the Iliad, he is the father of Aphrodite by Dione. Accordingly, he is known for his erotic escapades, including one pederastic relationship with Ganymede. His trysts resulted in many famous offspring, including Athena, Apollo and Artemis, Hermes, Persephone (by Demeter), Dionysus, Perseus, Heracles, Helen, Minos, and the Muses (by Mnemosyne); by Hera he is usually said to have sired Ares, Hebe and Hephaestus.

His Roman counterpart was Jupiter, and his Etruscan counterpart was Tinia.


Zeus (in Greek: nominative: Ζεύς Zeús, genitive: Διός Diós) in Greek mythology is the king of the gods, the ruler of Mount Olympus, and god of the sky and thunder. His symbols are the thunderbolt, eagle, bull and the oak. In addition to his Indo-European inheritance, the classical Zeus also derives certain iconographic traits from the cultures of the ancient Near East, such as the scepter. Zeus is frequently envisaged by Greek artists in one of two poses: standing, striding forward, a thunderbolt leveled in his raised right hand, or seated in majesty.

The son of Cronus and Rhea, he was the youngest of his siblings. He was married to Hera in most traditions, although at the oracle of Dodona his consort was Dione: according to the Iliad, he is the father of Aphrodite by Dione. Accordingly, he is known for his erotic escapades, including one pederastic relationship with Ganymede. His trysts resulted in many famous offspring, including Athena, Apollo and Artemis, Hermes, Persephone (by Demeter), Dionysus, Perseus, Heracles, Helen, Minos, and the Muses (by Mnemosyne); by Hera he is usually said to have sired Ares, Hebe and Hephaestus.

His Roman counterpart was Jupiter, and his Etruscan counterpart was Tinia.


tvilling Perez, eponym af ZERAHITES

Poss. Jullus af Roms 7-oldefar.

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Kone / partner:       Electra de Pleiade
 Børn:       Zimri (far til Carmi: bedstefar Akan)   ,   Ethan (far Azarjas)   ,   Heman   ,   Calcol   ,   Zabdi (samme som Zimri?)

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Mulig Barn:       Dardanus (Dara) (King) i ACADIA
 Alternative Father of Mulig Barn:       Javan (Jaran Iauan Juuan Juuin Japhan)

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 Hans (evt.) 3 (+)-oldebørn:       Cynane af MAKEDONIEN   ,   ILE'er (Ilyus) (King) i TROY   ,   Assaracus (Ascaoracus) den DARDANIAN   ,   Themiste af TROY   ,   Laomedan (King) i TROY   ,   Telecleia af Thrakien   ;   ( NN) ... (NN)   ,   Capys (capis Capps) den DARDANIAN

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Fra http://fabpedigree.com/s028/f972385.htm



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О Zeus (русский)

в древногръцката митология е бог на небето и гръмотевиците, и властващ над всички други богове. Известен още като Зевс Гръмовержец. Той е господар на небето, бог на дъжда. Неговото оръжие са мълниите, които той хвърля по всеки, който му се противопостави. Женен за Хера, но известен със своите "приключения". Той също така е известен с това, че наказва тези, които лъжат или клетвопрестъпват. Негова птица е орелът, неговото дърво - дъба. Представян е като бог на справедливостта и милосърдието, защитник на слабите, и наказващ лошите.

Преданието: Зевс бил син на Кронос и Рея (митология). Като малък, за да го предпази да не бъде изяден от баща си, както се е било случило с петимата му по-големи братя и сестри, майка му го дала на планински нимфи да го отглеждат на остров Крит. Зевс бил нахранен и отгледан от козата Амалтея. Щом пораснал, той отишъл да работи като виночерпец при баща си и един път му дал питие от нектар, смесено с билки, предизвикващи повръщане. Това накарало Кронос да повърне вече изцяло порасналите братя и сестри на Зевс. Последвала война между Титаните, предвождани от Кронос, и боговете - предвождани от Зевс. Ала боговете били осигурени с непобедимо оръжие от Циклопите и битката завършила с победа за боговете. След войната Зевс спечелил владение над небето, Хадес на подземното царство, а Посейдон на морето. Земята била постановена като общо владение за забавление и радост на всички. Баща на Атина, Арес, Хермес, Хефест, Афродита (според някои версии) и други богове.

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Zeus's Timeline

-1780
-1780
Greece
-1680
-1680
-1674
-1674
Ilha de Delos
-1670
-1670
-1519
-1519
Rameses, Goshen, Egypt
-1303
-1303
Thebes, Greece
-1280
-1280
Phrygia (Lydia), Anatolia, Greece
-1123
-1123
1414
February 1414