04_2 The Rise of Zeus - Chapter Four Lecture Two From Zeus...

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Chapter Four, Lecture Two From Zeus Against Cronus: The Battle with the Titans
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Zeus Against Cronus: The Battle with the Titans Cronus swallows the newly born Olympians: Demeter, Hera, Hestia, Hades, Poseidon, Zeus Rhea delivers the youngest, Zeus, in Crete, hidden from Cronus Zeus raised by nymphs Alamlthea, Melissa, Corybantes, Curetes Cronus fooled by rock in baby’s clothing
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Zeus Against Cronus: The Battle with the Titans Zeus overthrows Cronus The stone vomited out and became used as the omphalos in Delphi Other Titans attack The “Titanomachy” Only the Titans Themis and her son Prometheus side with the Zeus and the Olympians
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Zeus Against Cronus: The Battle with the Titans Olympians win with the help of the Cyclopes and the Hecatonchires Titans cast into Tartarus Altas given special punishment Forced to hold up the heaven at the edge of the earth
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Zeus’s Battle with Typheous Gaea with Tartarus produce Typhoeus Defeated by Zeus’s thunderbolts Apollodorus adds details Olympians fled to Egypt disguised as animals Zeus temporarily defeated and “deboned” Hermes puts Zeus back together Typhoeus defeated in a “bloody” battle at Mt.
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