olympian gods

In ancient Greek mythology, the Olympian gods were the principal deities who resided on Mount Olympus, the highest mountain in Greece. These gods and goddesses were believed to have immense powers and controlled various aspects of the world and human life. Some of the most well-known Olympian gods include Zeus (king of the gods), Hera (queen of the gods), Poseidon (god of the sea), Demeter (goddess of agriculture), Athena (goddess of wisdom), Apollo (god of music and the sun), and many others. The ancient Greeks worshipped these deities through rituals, temples, and festivals, and their stories continue to be a significant part of world mythology and culture.