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ALL FOR ZEUS: GREEK GOD
ZEUS: GREEK GOD
ZEUS GREEK GOD SYMBOL
ZEUS IS GOD OF WHAT?
TITLES OF ZEUS
- Zeus Olympio, emphasized Zeus' royalty and his dominion over the gods, as well as his specific presence at the Olympian Pan-Hellenic Festival.
- Zeus Pan-Hellenic ("Zeus of all the Hellenes"), to whom the famous temple of Eaco in Aegina was dedicated.
- Zeus Xenius, Philoxenus or Hospitals: Zeus who was the patron of hospitality and guests, ready to avenge any wrong done to a foreigner.
- Zeus Orquio: Zeus protector of oaths. Liars who had been exposed were forced to dedicate a statue to Zeus, often in the sanctuary at Olympia.
- Zeus Agoreu: Zeus who took care of business now and punished dishonest traders.
- Zeus Egíoco: Zeus who carried the aegis, with which he infused terror in the wicked and his enemies. Other authors derived this epithet from αἴξ ("goat") and οχή, interpreting it as an allusion to the legend that Zeus was breastfed by Amalthea.
Among other names and epithets given to Zeus are:
- Zeus Meilíquio (Meilichios, "facilmente acessível"): Zeus assimilou um daimon ctônico arcaico, propiciado em Atenas, o Meilíquio.
- Zeus Taleu (Zeus Tallaios, "Zeus solar"): o Zeus que era cultuado em Creta.
- Zeus Labrando (Labrandos): venerado na Cária, seu local de culto era em Labraunda, e era representado empunhando um machado de ponta dupla (lábris). Estava associado ao deus hurrita do céu e da tempestade, Texube.
- Zeus Nao (Naos) e Zeus Búleo (Bouleus): formas de Zeus cultuadas em Dodona, o oráculo mais antigo. Alguns autores acreditam que os nomes de seus sacerdotes, os selos, teriam dado origem ao nome de helenos, dado ao povo grego desde a Antiguidade.
- Zeus Cássio: o Zeus de monte Acra, vale de montanhas entre a Síria e Turquia.
- Zeus Itômio ou Itomeu (Ithomatas): o Zeus do monte Itome, na Messênia.
- Zeus Astrápeo (Astrapios, "relampejante")
- Zeus Brôncio ou Bronteu ("trovejante")
MAIN CHILDREN OF ZEUS
- Helen of Troy;
- The hours;
- The Litai;
- The Muses;
- The Moiras.
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- By Gaia;
- For a goat called Amalthea, while a platoon of curettes - soldiers or lesser gods - danced, screamed and beat their spears against their shields so that Cronos would not hear the baby's cry (see cornucopia);
- By a goat named Aix (who belonged to the nymph Amalthea), and from her skin Zeus made Aegis;
- By a nymph called Adamanteia. Since Kronos was lord of the earth, the heavens and the sea, she hid him hanging by a rope from a tree, so that he, being neither on earth, nor in sky nor at sea, would have been invisible to her father;
- For a nymph called Cinosura, and as a thank you, Zeus would have placed her among the stars.By Melissa, who breastfed him with goat's milk and honey.
ZEUS AND THE CAPRICORN SIGN
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KING OF THE GODS
ZEUS AND HERA
ZEUS IN MOVIE THEATER
- Axel Ringvall - in Jupiter på jorden, the character's first known film adaptation;
- Niall MacGinnis - in the miniseries Jason and the Argonauts, and Angus MacFadyen, in the 2000 remake;
- Laurence Olivier - in the film Clash of the Titans (Fury of Titans, in Brazil), and Liam Neeson in his 2010 remake, as well as in the sequel, Wrath of the Titans;
- Anthony Quinn - in the 1990s Hercules: The Legendary Journeys television series;
- Rip Torn - in the animation Hercules.John Novak - in the Supernatural television series (series), in the 8x16 episode.
- Luke Evans - in the film Immortals (2011) (Immortals, in Brazil).
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