Ancient Greek Symbols
Ancient Greek theology was polytheistic (the belief in more than one god) , based on the assumption that there were many gods and goddesses, as well as a range of lesser supernatural beings of various types. There was a hierarchy of deities, with Zeus, the king of the gods, having a level of control over all the others, although he was not almighty. Some deities had dominion over certain aspects of nature. For instance, Zeus was the sky-god, sending thunder and lightning, where as Poseidon ruled over the sea and earthquakes.
Many other greek symbols can be found that represent legends and myths which all come together to evoke an assortment of morals and emotions.