Zelus

Zelus

Zelus was a deity in Greek mythology, son of the Titans Pallas and Styx. He was the personification of emulation, zeal and dedication. He was the brother of Nike (victory), Kratos (strength) and Bia (force); all of the siblings were the winged followers of Zeus.

See Also: Pallas, Styx, Nike, Kratos, Bia, Zeus

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Who was Zelus?

Zelus was a deity in Greek mythology, son of the Titans Pallas and Styx. He was the personification of emulation, zeal and dedication.

Who were the parents of Zelus?

The parents of Zelus were Pallas and Styx.

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