What is Prometheus known for?
Prometheus (Ancient Greek Προμηθεύς “Forethinker”) is a Titan of Greek mythology, the son of Iapetus and Themis, and brother to Atlas, Epimetheus and Menoetius. A Trickster figure, he was a champion of mankind known for his wily intelligence, who stole fire from Zeus and the gods and gave it to mortals.
What are Prometheus powers?
Powers: Prometheus had the power of forethought. His brother, Epimetheus, had the gift of afterthought. Prometheus created man from water and earth.
Why did Zeus punish Prometheus?
Zeus was angry at Prometheus for three things: being tricked on scarifices, stealing fire for man, and for refusing to tell Zeus which of Zeus’s children would dethrone him.
How was Prometheus born?
Prometheus was the son of a Titan, one of the giant elder gods of Greek mythology. Enraged, Zeus had Prometheus chained to a rock in the mountains, where an eagle came every day and gnawed his liver. This went on for 30 years until the hero Hercules slew the bird, ending Prometheus’s torment.