Jupiter The king of all gods

Jupiter; known as Zeus in Greek mythology is also called Jove in Roman mythology. He was originally the God of sky and such atmospheric phenomena as thunder and lightning. He married Juno, who became queen of Gods. Jupiter had many mistresses, both Goddesses and mortals; Juno jealous, destroyed Jupiter's lovers.

Jupiter is known for being father of the nine muses, who inspired art, poetry, and learning. Minerva is told to have sprang full grown from Jupiter's head.

This is the Capitoline hill also recognized as the temple of Jupiter. This is also the religious center of Rome.
The largest planet was named in his honer.
Jupiter's symbols are the Oak tree, Eagle, and Thunderbolt

MLA: Genovese, E. N. "Jupiter." World Book Student. World Book, 2017. Web. 4 Jan. 2017.

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