Ganymedes Picture

This is Ganymedes, a mortal how Zeus had kiddnapped when he had fallen in love with him from the side of mount Ida it the form of a Eagle . In Olympus Ganymedes is the cup bearer of the gods, pouring the nectar that they eat. Ganymedes was the son of Tros, the king and founder of Troy and was said to be the most beautiful of all who dwelled upon earth. Tros was so distraught about his son's dissapearance Zeus felt pity for him and he was said to give Tros a pair of immortal horses, or a golden vine created by Hesphastus.

I knew Zeus was bloody bisexual!

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