This statue of Zeus is nearly identicle to the
appearance of the the original. The Greek god
Zeus sculpture shows the god as the chief deity
of the pantheon. The classic God of the sky, weather
and lightning bolts. Zeus was the son of Cronus
and Rhea and was fated to dethrone his father.
The Greek god Zeus had a nemesis that was the
roman god Jupiter. He divided dominion over the
world with his two brothers Poseidon and Hades.
Zeus was regarded as the bearer of thunder, lightning,
rain, and winds. His traditional weapon was the
thunderbolt. Shown here with a beard, the Greek
Zeus sculpture is sure to be a classics for many
more thousands of years to come.
Of all the gods in the Greek Pantheon, Zeus is the most commonly known. He is the chief deity of Olympus, and is regarded as the bearer of thunder, lightning, rain, and wind. Zeus was the son of Cronus and Rhea, and was fated to dethrone his father. As the God of the Sky, he had a nemesis by the name of Jupiter. He thus divided dominion over the world between Poseidon (God of the Sea) and Hades (God of the Underworld). This classic sculpture will continue to live on for centuries upon centuries, and by simply owning one of these masterpieces, you will be kindling a many millennium old ember of ancient history.