Zeus

Fast Facts About the Olympians - The God Zeus

Head of Colossal Zeus
Head from a colossal marble cult statue of Zeus. Found at Aigeira, Achaia, along with the head. CC Flickr User Ian W Scott

Fast Facts About the Olympians > Zeus

Name: Greek - Zeus; Roman - Jupiter

Family

Parents: Cronus and Rhea
Foster Parents: Nymphs in Crete; nursed by Amalthea
Siblings: Hestia, Hera, Demeter, Poseidon, Hades, and Zeus. Zeus was the youngest sibling and also the oldest -- since he was alive before the regurgitation of the gods by Papa Cronus.
Mates: (legion:) Aegina, Alcmena, Antiope, Asteria, Boetis, Calliope, Callisto, Calyce, Carme, Danae, Demeter, Dia, Dino, Dione, Cassiopeia, Elare, Electra, Europa, Eurymedusa, Eurynome, Hera, Himalia, Hora, Hybris, Io, Juturna, Laodamia, Leda, Leto, Lysithoe, Maia, Mnemosyne, Niobe, Nemesis, Othris, Pandora, Persephone, Protogenia, Pyrrha, Selene, Semele, Taygete, Themis, Thyia [from Carlos Parada's list]
Wives:Metis, Themis, Hera
Children: legion, including:
Moirai, Horae, Muses, Persephone, Dionysus, Heracles, Apollo, Artemis, Ares, Hebe, Hermes, Athena, Aphrodite

Role of Zeus

For Humans: Zeus was god of the sky, weather, law and order. Zeus presides over oaths, hospitality, and suppliants.
For Gods: Zeus was king of the gods. He was called the father of gods and men. The gods had to obey him.

Canonical Olympian?Yes. Zeus is one of the canonical Olympians.

References:

The 12 Olympian Gods