Tardis

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Zeus

You may wish to consult Zeus (disambiguation) for other, similarly-named pages.

Zeus was, in Greek mythology, the father of the gods. In particular, he was the father of Apollo, Athena, Artemis, Castor and Pollux, Dionysius, Hebe, Heracles, Minos, Hermes, Persephone, (PROSE: Deadly Reunion) and Ares. (PROSE: The Lost Ones)

The First Doctor was mistaken for Zeus by the Greeks during the Trojan War in circa 1200 BC as well by the Trojan servant Katarina, who became one of his companions. (TV: The Myth Makers)

Hippias called a lightning bolt "a sphere of fire hurled by the hand of Zeus." (TV: The Time Monster)

Bigon swore by Zeus once. (TV: Four to Doomsday)

Both Axatil and his captain frequently swore by Zeus. (PROSE: The Lost Ones)

A statue of Zeus at Olympia was one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Like the other six Wonders, it was stolen by Pholonius Ginn, who intended on selling it to the highest bidder on G-Bay. It was later returned by Trongus Squum, at the Tenth Doctor's request. (COMIC: Minus Seven Wonders)

In Roma I, the Jupiter Libertatis was a giant statue that depicted the father of the gods with one hand raised up, holding a lightning bolt. (PROSE: Warlords of Utopia)

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