Zeus

By Arthur Hart

Thesis Statement

In Joel Skidmore's Mythweb.com, Zeus is the most significant goddess in Greek Mythology that portrays an image that he is powerful and brave.

Summarize

Zeus was the supreme god of the Olympians. His Bravery from conquering his father to save his brothers and sisters. He and his two brothers divided up the Universe and they took different parts.

Introduction

For example, when Zeus grew up he already knew what happen to his brothers and sisters so he made his father vomit them up.

Quote

"When he had grown up, Zeus caused Cronus to vomit up his brothers and sisters, and these gods joined him in fighting to wrest control of the universe the Titans and Cronus, their king" (Skidmore).

Explanation

This shows that Zeus is strong enough to conquer his father to save his brothers and sisters. He needed to get the out so they can help him conquer the universe so they can split up and control the universe. He takes leadership and becomes ruler since there was no one else because he and his brothers and sisters destroyed and imprisoned Titans and Cronus.

Concluding Statement

Although Zeus is very Harsh if someone doesn't follow his orders but he is the most powerful and brave god. He has a big impact on Greek mythology because he was the youngest of his brothers and sisters and saved them from his cruel father.

Works Cited

Dreamstime. Zeus. 2000. Website. Dreamstime. Web. 14 November 2014.