Bia (mythology)

Bia (Greek Βία " power ", " power" ) In Greek mythology, the personification of violence. She is the daughter of the Titan Pallas and Styx. Her siblings are Kratos ( "power" ), Zelos ( " zeal " ) and Nike ( "victory" ). They are constant companions of Zeus, this position of honor meted out to them as thanks for their help in the struggle against the Titans ( Titans ).

There are Bia and Kratos, the enforced in Aeschylus the verdict of Zeus in the Titan Prometheus to be forged by Hephaestus forever to a rock in the Caucasus.

On the climb to the acropolis of Corinth was a common sanctuary of Bia and Ananke.