In greek mythology the chief god was Zeus god of the sky and of thunder because he wielded around a thunderbolt.Apollo is considered to be chief of the Greek Gods. There are a few more Greek Gods.
There are 12 Olympian gods.
The chief gods of Greek mythology were commonly referred to as the Pantheon.πολλούς θεούςthis is the way to write 'many gods' in greek.
None of them. Gods and goddesses have to be immortal in Greek Mythology.
Zeus is king of the greek gods
Greek mythology called the blood of the gods, ichor. (golden blood.)
Greek mythology is about the ancient Greek gods. Rome was not an ancient Greek god.
Greek Mythology is a study of Greek Gods and Goddesses'
Gods do not die.
The gods in Greek mythology were the immortal descendants of the titans Cronus and Rhea. See 'related links' for a list of all the gods.
Greek mythology has no chronology.
There is not a greek mythology leader; it is based on gods and goddesses.
The gods in Greek Mythology were just legends. Such as Atlas the god that held the earth and sky, and Zeus the god of all gods.
well first of all, Greek mythology isn't even related to Egyptian mythology. you might be confused with Greek mythology and roman mythology. those are related. anyways Egyptian mythology has way different gods and goddesses than in Greek mythology. also Egyptians believed their Pharaohs were gods along with their gods that aren't physically on earth. Greeks didn't believe their leaders to be gods.
In Greek Mythology, the messenger of the gods is Hermes. In Roman Mythology, the messenger is Mercury.
It was cronus but ZEUS won it over....Zeus is the chief of Greek gods and goddesses.
In Roman mythology, the leader of the gods is Jupiter. He is the Roman equivalent of Zeus from Greek mythology.
Well.....The word for greek stories about gods and heroes are called greek mythology or just (mythology).Definition Of Mythology: a body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain how the world works.
The Romans, simply put, took Greek mythology and renamed the gods.
The Greek gods were said to be immortal. Therefore, according to mythology, the Greek gods live forever.
Yes. Most Roman gods and myths are based on Greek Mythology.
If Greek mythology: Hera If Roman mythology: Juno
In Greek Mythology, Hera. In Roman Mythology, Juno.
The gods in Greek mythology are not tied to the planets. The Greek gods were renamed by the Romans and after the discovery of different planets, these such planets were named after these "Roman God's" Ex: Roman-Pluto Greek-Hades