As a gift to Celeus, because of his hospitality, Demeter planned to make his son Demophon a god, but she was unable to complete the ritual because his mother Metanira walked in and saw her son in the fire and screamed in fright, which angered Demeter, who lamented that foolish mortals do not understand the concept and ritual.
Zeus then challenged Cronus to war for the kingship of the gods.
At night the Greek fleet returned, and the Greeks from the horse opened the gates of Troy. Uranus, the sky, was the first god who had 12 powerful children called Titans with Gaia.
When she disobeyed, all the bad things the gods had put in the box - war, poverty, disease, and more - were released into the world.
Later Greek writers and artists used and elaborated upon these sources in their own work.
In fact, the circles in a peacock's tail are said to be the eyes of her eyed servant, Argus. Prose writers from the same periods who make reference to myths include ApuleiusPetroniusLollianusand Heliodorus.
Greek pantheon Zeus, disguised as a swanseduces Ledathe Queen of Sparta.