Zeus is known in Greek Mythology as “ the father of Gods” and “the chieftain of Gods”. He is the youngest son of Titan King Cronus and his wife. The story of Zeus and his father, Cronus, is worthy of some in-depth consideration. In Greek Mythology, Cronus was considered to be the son of heaven (Uranus). Zeus and Cronus are similar by how they both overthrew their dads. Zeus overthrew his dad, Cronus, because his mother asked him to. “When he grew up Zeus. Ares's son Askalaphos was killed, but Achilles, the son of the goddess Thetis, was to be the grand sacrifice. Olympians Aphrodite Apollo Ares Artemis Athena Hades Hephaestus Hera Hermes Hestia Poseidon Zeus All Olympians Titans Asteria Astraeus Atlas Clymene Coeus Crius Cronus Dione Eos Epimetheus Eurybia Eurynome All Titans Other Gods Aeolus Casino muc Amphitrite Anemoi Apate Asclepius Aura Bia Chaos Circe Deimos Demeter All Other Gods Myths Creatures Elements Figures Gigantes Heroes Monsters Mortals Movies Norse Places Planets Roman All Myths Pictures Books Mythological Ch Eileithyia is the goddess of childbirth One other account referred by Robert Graves  who claims to be following the account of the Byzantine mythographer Tzetzes it is said that Cronus was castrated by his son Zeus just like he had done with his father Uranus. While the Silver Age was still in progress, Zeus and his followers waged a bitter but successful war against the Titans. Cronus was usually depicted with a harpescythe or a gratis handy kartewhich was the instrument he used to castrate and depose Uranus the father of zeus, his father.