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Greece mythology

  1. 1. Intro to Greek Mythology By, Caitlin JohnsonA lesson for Sixth Grade Language Arts
  2. 2. ZUEShe was the king of thegods. was the most powerful of the gods.whenever he needed toscare other gods intoobeying him, he wouldhurl his thunderbolts.Zeus was not afraid ofanybody or anything -except for Hera, his wife.
  3. 3. HERAthe wife of Zeus and Queenthe Goddess of marriage,children and the homeshe made life miserablefor any goddess ormortal women who flirted with Zeus
  4. 4. POSEIDONwas the brother of ZeusGod of the seahis tool is the tridentwas very moody when he was angry he caused earthquakes, ship wrecks, and drownings when he was in a good mood he created new land and calm waters
  5. 5. HADESwas the other brotherof Zeus.god of the underworldhas a helmet that canmake him invisibleis nicknamed “The RichOne”
  6. 6. AREShe was one of Zeus sonswas the god of warhe was tall and handsomebut cruel and vainAres could not bear tosuffer pain
  7. 7. ATHENAdaughter of Zeuswas the goddess of wisdom,war, the arts, industry, justice,and skillshe was the patron goddessof the city of Athens. Athens isnamed after her
  8. 8. APOLLO AND ARTEMISApolloanother of ZeussonsApollo was god ofthe sun, light andmusicArtemisApollos twin sisterwas the goddess ofthe hunt
  9. 9. APHRODITEwas married toHephaestuswas the goddess oflove and beautyher symbols are thedolphin, dove, swan,pomegranate, and thelime tree
  10. 10. References(image of Zeus) October 2, 2012. Retrieved from Google images www.playdota.com(image of Hera) October 2, 2012. Retrieved from Google images www.paleothea.com(image of Poseidon) October 2, 2012. Retreived from Google images www.mlahanas.ed(image of Hades) October 2, 2012. Retrieved from Google images www.enwikedia.org(images of Ares) October 2, 2012. Retrieved from Google imageswww.cresemtmoon2007.hubpages.com(images if Athena) October 2, 2012. Retrieved from Google images www.witchful-thinking.com(images of Apollo and Artemis) October 2, 2012. Retrieved from Google images www.semiabstractfigurativepainting.blogspot.com(image of Aphrodite) October 2, 2012. Retrieved from Google images www.sistersof earthsong.comAphrodite. (n.d.) Encyclopedia Mythica online. Retrieved fromhttp://www.pantheon.org/articles/a/aphrodite.htmlApollo. (n.d.) Encyclopedia Mythica online. Retrieved fromhttp://www.pantheon.org/articles/a/apollo.htmlAres. (n.d.) Encycolopedia Mythica online. Retrieved fromhttp://www.pantheon.org/articles/a/ares.htmlArtemis. (n.d.) Encycolopedia Mythica online. Retrieved fromhttp://www.pantheon.org/articles/a/artemis.htmlAthena. (n.d.) Encycolopedia Mythica online. Retrieved fromhttp://www.pantheon.org/articles/a/athena.htmlHades. (n.d.) Encycolopedia Mythica online. Retrieved fromhttp://www.pantheon.org/articles/h/hades.htmlPoseidon. (n.d.) Encycolopedia Mythica online. Retrieved fromhttp://www.pantheon.org/articles/p/poseidon.htmlZeus. (n.d.) Encycolopedia Mythica online. Retrieved fromhttp://www.pantheon.org/articles/z/zeus.html

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