Zeus

Most Signicant God in Greek Mythology

Thesis Statement

In Joel Skidmore’s Mythweb.com, Zeus is the most significant god in Greek Mythology that portrays an image that is a leader in other Gods eyes and also as a savior to his siblings.

Summarize

Zeus ­­­­has power over Gods and Goddess in Greek Mythology. He was capable of helping and changing out his brothers and sisters lives. Zeus is selfish and doesn’t care much about goddesses.

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Introduction

For example, he caused Cronus to vomit out his brothers and sisters. They ended up joining him and he got accorded to supreme authority and was on Mount Olympus.

Quote

“When he had grown up, Zeus caused Cronus to vomit up his sisters and brothers, and these gods joined him in fighting to wrest control of the universe from the Titans and Cronus, their king” (Skidmore). “Zeus also was accorded supreme authority on earth and on Mount Olympus” (Skidmore).


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Explanation

This shows how Zeus had saved his siblings lives from Cronus so they wouldn’t get eaten proving that he is a Hero. It also says the position he was signed in as being the supreme God.


Conclusion

Although Zeus is selfish and doesn’t care much about goddesses but he still does care about others that are only special to him. His impact can be still felt today by becoming someone responsible and a leader that is Heroic.


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