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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.

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1 By Tiberius Helvius Honorius

2  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.

3 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

4 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

5 Sphere of Influence sphere of influence –noun any area in which one nation wields dominant power over another or others. Origin: 1880–85

6  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.

7  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

8  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

9  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

10  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

11  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

12  Greek and Roman names are Hera and Juno\  Parents are Cronus and Rhea  Sphere of Influence is

13  Poseidon is Zeus’s brother

14  Zeus and his brothers overthrew his dad

15  Hades  Hades is also Zeus’s and Poseidon’s brother

16  Hestia  Hestia is Zeus’s sister

17  Hera  Hera is Zeus’s wife and sister

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