Presentation on theme: "By Tiberius Helvius Honorius. de·i·ty / ˈ di ɪ ti/ Show Spelled[ dee -i-tee] –noun, plural -ties. 1. a god or goddess.god 2. divine character."— Presentation transcript:
de·i·ty / ˈ di ɪ ti/ Show Spelled[ dee -i-tee] –noun, plural -ties. 1. a god or goddess.god 2. divine character or nature, esp. that of the Supreme Being; divinity. 3. the estate or rank of a god: The king attained deity after his death. 4. a person or thing revered as a god or goddess: a society in which money is the only deity. 5. the Deity, God; Supreme Being.
Olympian O·lym·pi·an / ə ˈ l ɪ m pi ə n, o ʊˈ l ɪ m-/ Show Spelled[uh-lim-pee-uh n, oh-lim-]–adjective pertaining to Mount Olympus or dwelling thereon, as the gods of classical Greece. pertaining to Olympia in Elis. of, resembling, characteristic of, or suitable to the gods of Olympus; majestic or aloof: an Olympian landscape; an Olympian disdain. –noun an Olympian deity. a contender in the Olympic games. a native or inhabitant of Olympia. Origin: 1585–95; < LL Olympiānus, equiv. to L Olympi ( us ) (< Gk Olýmpios, deriv. of Ólympos Olympus) + -ānus -an
Attribute at·trib·ute /v. ə ˈ tr ɪ byut; n. ˈ ætr ə ˌ byut/ Show Spelled [v. uh-trib-yoot; n. a-truh- byoot] Show IPA verb, -ut·ed, -ut·ing, noun –verb (used with object) 1. to regard as resulting from a specified cause; consider as caused by something indicated (usually fol. by to ): She attributed his bad temper to ill health. 2. to consider as a quality or characteristic of the person, thing, group, etc., indicated: He attributed intelligence to his colleagues. 3. to consider as made by the one indicated, esp. with strong evidence but in the absence of conclusive proof: to attribute a painting to an artist. 4. to regard as produced by or originating in the time, period, place, etc., indicated; credit; assign: to attribute a work to a particular period; to attribute a discovery to a particular country. –noun
Sphere of Influence sphere of influence –noun any area in which one nation wields dominant power over another or others. Origin: 1880–85
prov·e·nance / ˈ pr ɒ v ə n ə ns, - ˌ n ɑ ns/ Show Spelled[prov- uh-nuhns, -nahns] Show IPA –noun place or source of origin: The provenance of the ancient manuscript has never been determined. Origin: 1860–65; < F, deriv. of provenant, prp. of provenir < L prōvenīre to come forth; see pro- 1, convene, -ant —Can be confused: provenance, province.
Cronus and Rhea are Zeus’s mom and dad, who are the parents of the olympians. Zeus and his brothers overthrew his father to be gods
Greek and Roman name was Zeus and Jupiter Parents Cronus and Rhea Sphere of influence and attributes is the Earth and Sky and he had the power of lightning bolts oak trees and eagles His birthplace
Greek and Roman names are Hades and Pluto Parents are Cronus Rhea Sphere of Influence is the dead and the underworld He was born on the island of Crete
Greek and Roman name is Poseidon and Neptune Parents were Cronos and Rhea Sphere of Influence is the Sea He had no birthplace because he was eaten by his father Cronus
Her Greek name is Hestia and Vesta Parents are Cronus and Rhea Sphere of Influence is the Hearth, the Altar, and the Home Birthplace The Island of Crete
Greek and Roman names are Hera and Juno\ Parents are Cronus and Rhea Sphere of Influence is