Zeus, in old Greek religion, boss divinity of the pantheon, a sky and climate god who was indistinguishable with the Roman god Jupiter. His name unmistakably originates from that of the sky god Dyaus of the old Hindu Rigveda. Zeus was viewed as the sender of thunder and lightning, precipitation, and winds, and his conventional weapon was the jolt. He was known as the dad (i.e., the ruler and defender) of the two divine beings and men. As per a Cretan fantasy that was later embraced by the Greeks, Cronus, lord of the Titans, after discovering that one of his kids was destined

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