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Mythology Project. By: Hunter Sparks, Anthony Saab, and Chase Phillips. 4 th Period 12/8/13. Lineage: Zeus. Parents : Cronus and Rhea Siblings : Hestia, Hades, Poseidon, Hera, and Demeter Spouse : Hera

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mythology project

Mythology Project

By: Hunter Sparks, Anthony Saab, and Chase Phillips.

4th Period

12/8/13

lineage zeus
Lineage: Zeus
  • Parents: Cronus and Rhea
  • Siblings: Hestia, Hades, Poseidon, Hera, and Demeter
  • Spouse: Hera
  • Children(Gods/Goddesses/Heroes): Ares, Hebe, Hephaestus, Athena, Persephone, Apollo, Artemis, Hermes, Aphrodite, Dionysus, Ares, Perseus, Hercules, etc.
lineage europa
Lineage: Europa
  • Parents: Agenor
  • Spouses: None(Had Children With Zeus)
  • Siblings: Cadmus
  • Children: Minos and Rhadamanthus
lineage io
Lineage: Io
  • Parents: Inachus
  • Spouse: None(Had Children With Zeus)
  • Sibling: Phoroneus
  • Children: Epaphus
lineage the muses
Lineage: The Muses
  • Parents: Zeus and Mnemosyne
  • Spouse: None
  • Siblings: Clio, Urania, Melpomene, Thalia, Terpsichore, Calliope, Erato, Polyhymnia, Euterpe
  • Children: None
symbols
Symbols
  • Zeus: Lightning bolt
  • Europa: Bull
  • Io: Cow
  • The Muses:
    • Clio: History
    • Urania: Astronomy
    • Melepomene: Tradegy
    • Thalia: Comedy
    • Terpsichore: Dance
    • Calliope: Epic Poetry
    • Erato: Love-Poetry
    • Polyhymnia: Songs
    • Euterpe: Lyric Poetry
powers
Powers
  • Zeus: God of the sky
  • Europa: None(Mortal)
  • Io: None(Mortal)
  • The Muses: Happiness
weaknesses
Weaknesses
  • Zeus: Disloyalty
  • Europa: Didn’t have the option to say no to Zeus because he is the supreme god.
  • Io: Didn’t have the option to say no to Zeus because he is the supreme god.
  • The Muses: they had the ability to lie and deceive people although they didn’t do it often.
description
Description
  • Zeus: God of the sky and also the most powerful of all the gods who falls in love time after time while trying to hide it from his wife.
  • Europa: Daughter of the King of Sidon who Zeus falls in love with.
  • Io: Princess of Argos and daughter of Inachus who Zeus falls in love with.
  • The Muses: Nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne who think as one and their hearts are set upon song and their spirit is free from care.
important e vents
Important Events
  • Zeus: Kills his father Cronus and becomes supreme leader of the gods. He has many affairs with different women.
  • Europa: Zeus falls in love with her and against her will he has an affair with her.
  • Io: Zeus falls in love with her and against her will he has an affair with her. Hera was angry with her so she made her a slave of Argus but when she escaped, Hera sent a Gad-fly after her which kept her on the run for many years. Eventually she would reach the Nile and get turned back into her human form.
  • The Muses: Zeus and Mnemosyne had the nine daughters who were labeled The Muses, who were converted to one mind and heart.
allusions
Allusions
  • Zeus- The Lincoln memorial in Washington, D.C. is based off of the monument to Zeus in Greece.
  • Europa- Metamorphoses a poem by the poet Ovid, depicts her experience with Zeus.
  • Io- She was portrayed in the 2010 film Clash of the Titans.
  • The Muses- In the season four Simpsons episode, Treehouse of Horror III, Martin Prince dresses as Calliope during the Simpsons' Halloween party.