Who are Zeus two brothers from greek mythology?

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Who is Zeus in greek mythology?

Zeus was king of the gods and goddesses in Greek mythology. Zeus, the youngest son of Cronus and Rhea (Cronus and Rhea were both 'Titans', the beings before the gods), he wa

Who is the wife of Zeus in greek mythology?

Zues had many 'wives', and even more consorts. However, his wife is most commonly Hera, who bore him two sons (Hephestus and Ares) and is often jealous of his affairs with mor

Who are Zeus and Pegasus in Greek Mythology?

Zeus was the King of the gods and the lord of the sky. Pegasus was a winged horse that sprang from Medusa as she was decapitated. He was tamed by Bellerophon, before he att

What did Zeus control in Greek mythology?

Zeus, was the supreme ruler of Mount Olympus and of the gods who resided there. He upheld law, justice and morals, and so he was the spiritual leader of both gods and men. Zeu

What were Zeus' powers in Greek mythology?

It was believed that Zeus was The main god in Greek mythology along with Hera, and a few others. He had power of the sky and storm. Some legends say he was the lord of all the

Brother of Zeus in Greek mythology?

Zeus has two older brothers; Hades (God of the Underworld) and Poseidon (God of the sea). Zeus is the youngest of six children.
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What are two situations in Greek Mythology did Hera try to get rid of Zeus' children?

1.Hera tried to kill Dionysus unborn by disguising as an old crone.She acted like she was very friendly to his mother. Then she asked Semele, Dionysus mother,why her husband w
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Who are the children of Zeus in Greek mythology?

Zeus has 17 children. The children of Zeus are Ares, Hermes, Artemis, Athena, Apollo, Hebe, Dionysus, Hephaestus, Heracles, Persephone, Enyo, Aletheia, Perseus, Dike, Aglaea,