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Himalia bore Spartaios, Kronios, and Kytos.
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Zeus had a great number of sons. By Hera: Ares, Hephaestus By Leto: Apollo By Maia: Hermes By Semele: Dionysus He also had several half-mortal sons, the best known o…f whom are Hercules (a.k.a. Heracles), Perseus, and Castor & Pollux (Helen and Clytaemnestra's brothers). There were others, too, a lot of others. Basically, whenever Zeus slept with someone, she had a kid, and they were more often sons than daughters.
Some of the gods were children of Zeus: Apollo, Ares, Hephaestus, Hermes, and the goddesses Artemis and Athena and dionysus
Amaltheia was the nurse of Zeus
Callisto. Hera turned the nymph into a bear. So Zeus then placed Callisto in the sky, as Ursa Major aka the Great Bear and the Big Dipper. Callisto
The Nymph Himalia
The nymph Echo.
The answer is Eurynome
Zues had many children called demi-gods. Some of his children were Herculeus, Perseus, and other famous names like that. One thing about these heroes were they were never sons… of both Zues and another god(goddess). Zues came down from Mount Olympus and had children with mortal women. (Or so it is said). also when zues was the king of all god and goddesses he became interactive with the mortal womens.
Zeus did not need protection.
Zeus's sons were Ares, Apollo, Hermes, and Hephaestus
Possibly, if you mean "raised". If Zeus were "razed" by nymphs they would have destroyed him. As for his raising, the story varies, from the Titan goddess Gaia, either one of… the nymphs Adamanthea, Melissa or Kynosura, a shepherd family, or a goat. Bear in mind that Greek mythology, even religious myths, were not dogmatic like modern religion. The stories went however the individual authors wrote them.