The war of the Aloadai and the gods in Ovid

Nor were the heights of heaven more secure: Gigantes, it’s said, to win the gods’ domain, mountain on mountain reared and reached the stars. Then the Pater Omnipotens [Zeus] hurled his bolt and shattered great Olympus and struck down high Pelion piled on Ossa. There they lay, grim broken bodies crushed in huge collapse. (Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.151)

July 14, 2004 in Gigantomachia/Titanomachia | Permalink