Father of the gods Zeus with his attributes sceptre and lightning bundle, as well as an eagle
Zeus is the son of the Titan couple Rhea and Kronos and the supreme Olympic god. Since he is more powerful than all other Greek gods combined, he is considered the father of the gods and is the ruler of Olympus. Hera is the wife of Zeus with her Zeus has the common children Ares, Hebe, Eileithya and Hephaistos, but Zeus also had many other children with other women. On earth, the father of the gods often appeared to people not in his original form, but as an animal, for example as an eagle, cuckoo, bull or even as fire. The play set consists of the legendary figure of Zeus with his attributes sceptre and lightning bundle, as well as a chair, a column and an eagle.