Reia hid Zeus in a cave on Mount Ida in Crete. According to some versions, Zeus was breastfed by the goat Amalthea, while a group of coribantes made noise to prevent Cronos from hearing when the baby cried. Other versions of the myth say that Zeus was created by the nymph Adamanteia, who kept Zeus tied on a rope suspended between the land, the sea and the sky, which were the domain of Cronos. Other versions say that Zeus was created by his grandmother, Gaia.
When Zeus grew up, he decided to take revenge on his father, requesting, for this feat, the support of Métis - Prudência - daughter of the Titan Oceano. She offered Cronos a magic potion that made him vomit the children he had devoured. Then came the titanomachy, a struggle between Zeus, his brothers and sisters, hecatonchirps and cyclops on one side, and Cronos and the other titans on the other. Then Zeus became lord of heaven and supreme deity of the third generation of gods of Greek mythology, by banishing the Titans to Tartarus and removing the father from the throne.
In Homer's words, Zeus bound him with chains in the underworld, where he was found, after ten years of fierce struggle, by his brothers, the Titans, who had thought they could regain the power of Zeus and the Olympian gods. In some variants of the myth, Cronos and the Titans are reached by the mercy of Zeus, liberated from Tartarus and each one resumes its cosmological function in the universe. With the permission of his son, Hades, Cronos became the ruler of the Champs Elysées (which is located in the underworld), a resting place for the blessed dead. According to Aeneida de Virgílio, Cronos, after being defeated by Zeus, takes refuge in Lazio, where he becomes king and legislator.