The Roman god of the sky is Jupiter, and the Greek god of the sky is Zeus.
Uranus means sky. It was also the name of an ancient Greek god, the god of the sky, naturally.
The god of the sky in Greek mythology was Zeus, also known as the king of the gods and the god of lightning and thunder.
From the Greek/Roman god of the sky.
Uranus's name in Greek is also Uranus or Ouranos. Who is the god of the sky.
Zeus. He was the Greek God of the sky so I presume that that means lightning as well.
The planet Jupiter shares its name with the Jupiter, the Roman god of the sky. Jupiter's Greek equivalent is Zeus.
Zeus was the greek god of the sky.
Zeus is the god of the sky
Uranus is the Greek name for the God of the Sky, his Roman equivilant is Caelus.
It is named after the ancient Greek deity of the sky Uranus
He is the god of the sky.
Zeus is the ancient greek god of the sky, Atlas is the Titan who "carries the sky" or carries the weight of the world.
Kronos. The titan who overthhrown his father, Uranus, the FIRST god of the sky
Zeus (or Jupitier in Rome) is the Greek god of lighting, the sky and king of the heavens.
Uranus, after Ouranous Uranus is also the name of a Greek god, the god of the sky.
Zeus is the God of the sky
Um....confusing question, much? Zeus, (Greek name) or Jupiter (Roman name) was the king of the gods. And he was also the god of the sky.
Uranus is named for the Greek god of the sky, Uranus. The planets are named for Greek and Roman gods.
Zeus the greek god of the sky, all gods, and lighting
In Greek mythology, Zeus made himself God of the Sky and all its phenomena, including the clouds as well as the thunderbolts.
In greek mythology, the god of the sky was Zeus. In roman mythology, the god of the sky was Jupiter.
Uranus, though that's his Roman name.
Uranus is from the Ancient Greek ouranós meaning "sky, heaven".
There was no goddess of the sky. Only Zeus, the god of the sky.