- n (Greek mythology) the supreme god of ancient Greek mythology; son of Rhea and Cronus whom he dethroned; husband and brother of Hera; brother of Poseidon and Hades; father of many gods; counterpart of Roman Jupiter
- n type genus of the family Zeidae
News & Articles
- Critter Chronicles: Zeus
Meet Zeus! A family found him as a stray and couldn’t keep him. They said he likes kids, cats and other dogs but the kids should a little older. He’s a friendly strong lovable boy. Zeus would love a fenced in yard to play in too. He would thrive with an active family or individual. [...] The post Critter Chronicles: Zeus appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram . Click here to read this story on The ...
June 14, 2013 - The Chronicle-Telegram
- ANDREA ELDRIDGE: Zeus virus rampant in some Facebook links
A nasty Trojan virus nicknamed Zeus has been spreading quickly through social media outlets such as Facebook and via links to fake Web pages.
June 13, 2013 - Evansville Courier & Press
- Natural Gas Penetrates 6% of Land-Drilling Market, Zeus Conference Concludes
Proponents of natural gas as replacement for diesel have achieved the greatest penetration with drilling rigs, according to an investor conference hosted by Zeus Intelligence, June 4. The chief executives ...
June 12, 2013 - Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance
- George Miller in The Miami Herald
It was sort of like Zeus and Thor, these two powerful people throwing lightning around the room,said California Democratic Rep. George Miller, who'd backed Waxman and urged his colleagues to do so. "You're asking people how they're going...
- Louis Leterrier in /FILM (blog)
Zeus, more than any other god, loves humans,says Leterrier. "He created them, and he is torn because he loves them so much he doesn't want to strike them with all his might and destroy entire armies. So he has found cunning ways to get...
- Michael Chiklis in Comic Book Resources
As a kid, Greek Gods were very real to me, so the chance to bring my childhood heroes and villains to life in the modern world is irresistible,said Chiklis, a third generation Greek-American. "Besides, I couldn't say no to Zeus. . . no one...