THE GREAT TRIO!
By Micah Smith and Sevan Brooks
A little preview of The Great Trio
Zeus-The most powerful god Zeus was married to Hera. Hera was also Zeus' sister. And brothers with Poseidon and Hades. His father is Cronus whom is also a Titan. Poseidon- The god of the sea was married to Amphitrite. His weapon is his Trident. His sacred animals are the horse and the dolphin. Hera- The goddess of marriage and child birth is married to Zeus. Her sacred animals are the cow and the peacock.
Important information about Zeus
Zeus was also called the "King Of Gods". That was because he had the most power. Zeus represented weather, and his main weapon was a lightning blot. The romans call him Jupiter instead of Zeus. He was also brothers of Poseidon and Hades.
The picture to the right is a picture of Zeus.
Zeus is represented by...
Lightning, Eagle, and Power are some of the things he is represented by.
The most powerful god holding his weapon The Lightning Bolt!
Poseidon god of the sea underwater holding his Trident.
Hera the goddess of marriage and child birth sitting in a palace.
Poseidon and Athena
Posiedon and Athena were competing to lay claim of the city. Poseidon went first to show his powers. He struck the earth powerfully and created a well with his trident. Immediately streaming water shot forth, but the water turned out to be salty and not very useful. Next it was the turn of the goddess Athena. Athena stepped foward and struck her spear into the ground, and then she kneeled and planted an olive branch in it. This way she created an olive tree, as a symbolization of peace and properity. Cecrops was very impressed by Athena's gift. So he chose Athena to lay claim of the city of Athens to and the city was named after her. Poseidon however was not pleased with this decision and cursed the city of Athens to never have enough water. After that it is said that a major problem of water shortage started in athens.
His eyes are sea-green and they turn grey when he is upset.
Hera is the god of marriage and she is married to Zeus. She was also the god of birth. She is also represented by the animal Peacock.