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Zeus: Who Was the King of the Greek Gods?

Zeus’ symbols include the thunderbolt, the eagle, and the oak tree, all images associated with power and strength. Due to its divine connotations, lightning was seen by the Greeks as a significant meteorological event and places struck by lightning were believed to be holy.

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Zeus: Who Was the King of the Greek Gods?

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    Who Is Zeus? The King of the Greek Gods

    Who Is Zeus? The King of the Greek Gods

    Ancient Greek religion was polytheistic. There was an entire pantheon of gods and goddesses, each with their own particular responsibilities and …

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