Zeus & family -               Keith Johnson Jr.

This gallery will showcase the Gods and Goddesses of Greek Mythology. It all starts with Zeus. Zeus has four siblings which include Hera, Hades, Poseidon, and Hestia. Zeus also had six children which include Artemis, Apollo, Hermes, Athena, Ares, and Aphrodite. Together we will explore and learn about Greek Mythology, Zeus and his family through this beautiful gallery.  

This is a statue of the God, Zeus. The statue depicts Zeus sitting on his throne. In Greek Mythology, Zeus was the King of Gods. He was the God of the sky, rain and lighting.
This is a statue of the Goddess, Hera. Hera was one of Zeus's sisters. She was the Goddess of marriage.
This is a statue of Poseidon's head. Poseidon was one of Zeus's brothers. He was the God of the sea.
This is a painting of Hestia. Hestia was one of Zeus's sisters. She was the Goddess of the home.
This is a statue of Artemis. Artemis was the daughter of Zeus. She was also the twin of Apollo. Artemis was the Goddess of the hunt.
This is a statue of Apollo. Apollo was Zeus's son and the God of light.
This is a statue of Hermes. Hermes was also Zeus's son. He was the messenger of the Gods.
This is a statue of Aphrodite's head. She was one of Zeus's daughters. Aphrodite was the Goddess of love.
This is a statue of Ares's head. Ares was one of Zeus's sons. He was also the God of war.
This is a statue of Athena. Athena is the daughter of Zeus. She is the Goddess of wisdom.
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