Week 3 Male Divine Paper

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Male Divine Paper 1 Running head: MALE DIVINE PAPER Male Divine Paper University of Phoenix Humanities 105
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Male Divine Paper If the Greeks have Zeus as their super-god, the Romans on the other hand have Jupiter. In the following paragraphs, the author will venture to the mythology of Roman god Jupiter and his work through the article of the New World Encyclopedia. The end result will hopefully provide the audience a good grasp of how Jupiter's mythology the Western Culture. Jupiter is the supreme god of Roman mythology. He is also known as Jove, corresponding to the Greek Zeus, the son of Saturn or Kronus, the Titan, whom he dethroned, and Ops or Rhea (Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable 2005). In his time, he was called the protector of Rome. He was somewhat of a prophet due to the article indicating that he made known of the future through the signs in the heavens, the flight of bird and other means (1st Paragraph). Jupiter has a statue at Olympia and is known as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. He was in charge of the laws and social order of the Roman Empire. His name was also
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course MGT 105 taught by Professor Fir during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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