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Zeus
used in The Mark of Athena

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Definition
Greek mythology:  the most supreme of the gods
  • She didn't want to get into the details of Athena's children—how they were born straight from the mind of the goddess, just as Athena herself had sprung from the head of Zeus.
    p. 35.6
  • Didn't Zeus order the gods to cease all contact with mortals?"
    p. 116.9
  • She hadn't seen her mom in months—not since Zeus had closed the gates of Olympus and forbidden all communication with demigods.
    p. 218.4
  • He was a son of Zeus, but when he died, he became a god.
    p. 323.6
  • "He's a son of Zeus.
    p. 323.9
  • Hercules glared at the sky accusingly, like he wanted to have words with his father, Zeus.
    p. 326.2
  • Son of Zeus, eh?
    p. 326.7
  • Sons of Zeus can be .... well, never mind.
    p. 327.3
  • She wondered what Hercules had wanted to tell her about the sons of Zeus.
    p. 333.7
  • Another girl stuck with a son of Zeus.
    p. 337.8
  • And Hera has always hated the sons of Zeus .... or Jupiter.
    p. 340.1
  • He gallivanted all over the world, you see, just like his father Zeus, flirting with every woman he met.
    p. 340.3
  • Beware the sons of Zeus.
    p. 340.8
  • He says Zeus makes him do this, but I think he prefers being here to Mount Olympus, nursing his bitterness and mourning his mortal life.
    p. 341.2
  • I would treat you much better than a son of Zeus would.
    p. 345.2
  • Maybe Zeus is different from Jupiter.
    p. 349.8
  • A beam of sunlight slanted into the rotunda and glowed on the floor, like Zeus was up there with a magnifying glass, trying to fry puny humans.
    p. 440.6
  • "Zeus, we called him then," Hagno said.
    p. 487.4
  • When Zeus grew up, we were promised eternal honors.
    p. 487.6
  • A crazy idea sprang fully formed from Annabeth's mind, like her mom jumping out of Zeus's noggin.
    p. 543.8
  • And Zeus would love something that made fun of Poseidon.
    p. 545.2

There are no more uses of "Zeus" in The Mark of Athena.

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