Zeus is the King of the Gods in Greek mythology, and one of the most famous deities of the ancient world. He is the son of Cronus and Rhea, and was born on the island of Crete.

 Odin, the king of the gods in Norse mythology, was a complex figure with many different roles and responsibilities. He was known as the god of war, wisdom, and poetry, as well as the leader of the Valkyries who brought the souls of fallen warriors to Valhalla.

 In Hindu mythology, Indra is the king of the gods and ruler of the heavens. He is often depicted as a powerful and fierce warrior, wielding a thunderbolt and riding on an elephant.

 In Mesopotamian mythology, Anu was the king of the gods, ruling over the heavens. He was believed to be the father of both the god of the sky, Enlil, and the god of freshwater, Ea. Anu was regarded as the supreme deity and was often depicted as a majestic figure seated on a throne.

 Ra is a significant deity in ancient Egyptian mythology, associated with the sun and considered the king of all gods. He was believed to be responsible for the creation of the world and everything in it. Ra was depicted with the head of a falcon and was often linked with other gods like Horus and Amun.

 In Chinese mythology, Shangdi is the Supreme God and ruler of the universe. He is also known as the “Lord on High” and is believed to be the creator of all things. Shangdi was worshipped during the Shang dynasty and continued to be worshipped by the Zhou dynasty.

 Tlaloc was a significant deity in the Aztec religion, worshiped as the god of rain and water. He was associated with fertility, agriculture, and life, as water was considered crucial for the growth of crops and the survival of human beings.

 Inti was a major deity in Inca mythology, revered as the Sun God and the ruler of the heavens. According to Inca beliefs, Inti was the creator of all life, and his warmth and light were essential for the survival of crops and the people.