Zeus or Zeus according to the ancient Greek theogony is the “Father of gods and men”, who rules the Gods of Olympus. He is also the god of the sky and lightning in Greek mythology. He is the youngest child of Saturn and Rhea. In most traditions he is married to Hera, although in the oracle of Dodoni, his wife Dioni is mentioned. He is known for his love affairs. This led to many pious and heroic descendants, including Athena, Apollo, Artemis, Hermes, Persephone (by Demeter), Dionysus, Perseus, Hercules, the Beautiful Helen, Minos and the Muses ( the Titanic Memorial). From Hera he has acquired Mars, Ibi and Hephaestus (another source says that Hera fertilized Hephaestus alone), while from Oceanida Dioni he acquired Aphrodite. Jupiter has always been a meteorological god, controller of lightning, lightning and rain. He was the strongest and most important of all mythological beings and gods. Theocritus around 265 BC. wrote: “sometimes Zeus is clean, sometimes it rains”. In the Homeric epic of the Iliad, he sent lightning bolts to his enemies. His other emblems were the eagle and the goat.