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God of the Sky Zoos Distinguishing Features: Pinstriped suit, neatly trimmed grey beard, stormy eyes and a very large, dangerous lightning bolt. Sometimes he travels the world in disguise, so be nice to everyone! You never know when the next person you meet might be packing the master bolt. Then: In the old days, Zeus ruled over his unruly family of Olympians while they bickered and fought and got jealous of each other. Not much different than today, really. Zeus always had an eye for beautiful women, which often got him in trouble with his wife, Hera.
Kratos Greek mythology is a god of strength and might, who appears briefly in Greek mythology, but long enough to make an impression. The four of them together were the first to stand with Zeus Greek mythology as he defended Mount Olympus from the god of monsters Typhon. This is a small, but critical role in Greek mythology, as the story of Typhon is a central myth of the Olympian gods. Outside of this grand battle in which most of the other gods fled, Kratos doesn't play an enormous role in Greek myth stories. However his influence in modern mythology appears to be strong.
The gods, much like the Greek goddesses of history, have very exaggerated personalities and they are plagued with personal flaws and negative emotions despite they immortality and superhero-like powers. This page is a list of the names of Greek gods in ancient mythology and their roles. It will be continually updated with additions, corrections and more information on each of the gods. Olympian god of music, poetry, art, oracles, archery, plague, medicine, sun, light and knowledge. The Primordial Titan of Astronomy. Condemned by Zeus to carry the world on his back after the Titans lost the war.
Cratus was the ancient Greek god or personified spirit of strength, might, power Kratos: Every job is troublesome except to be the commander of gods; no one.
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In Greek mythology, twelve gods and goddesses ruled the universe from atop Greece's Mount Olympus. These Olympians had come to power after their leader, Zeus, overthrew his father, Kronos , leader of the Titans. All the Olympians are related to one another. The Romans adopted most of these Greek gods and goddesses, but with new names. The most powerful of all, Zeus was god of the sky and the king of Olympus.