Poseidon And Zeus Relationship

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Zeus is the sky god that rules over Mount Olympus. At times Zeus shows his divinity and embodies a wholesome sense of justice. Although Zeus can be fair and just, at times he proves to be harsh and unkind. Hera is Zeus’ sister and wife, Hera is a very commanding goddess who is most notably known for her jealousy. Hera is frequently malicious and malevolent; her behavior typically comes from her husband’s unfaithfulness. Poseidon is the god of the sea and Zeus’s. Poseidon seems to have an ongoing resentment against Odysseus, a warrior that fought in the Trojan War. The harsh and impulsive strength of the oceans is often explained by Poseidon’s current mood. Hades is the brother of Zeus and Poseidon. Hades is ruler of the underworld with his wife, Persephone. Athena is the goddess that is known for combat, quickness, and…show more content…
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