Atlas is famed for holding the sky. He is seen in some paintings holding the earth and is based on a cliff. This was his punishment administered by Zeus because Atlas would fight many of the gods. Before given this punishment Atlas was a general in an army and one of the major Greek Titans.
Legend has it that the chain of events leading up to the Trojan War started at a royal wedding. Peleus, king of the Myrmidons, a race of people created from ants, was marrying a sea nymph named Thetis. Many gods attended the wedding, but Eris, daughter of Zeus, king of the gods, wasn't invited. She was the goddess of discord and they feared she would only stir up trouble.
Out of anger at being excluded, Eris decided to disrupt the wedding banquet. She threw a golden apple marked "for the fairest" among the guests. The goddesses Hera, Athena and Aphrodite were there, and each thought that she was the fairest of them all. They bickered for a while about who deserved the apple, then asked Zeus to decide the matter. Zeus wanted no part of this and got Paris, son of King Priam of Troy in Anatolia to be the judge.
Themis, goddess of justice
Tyche (Τύχη), goddess of luck and blind faith, was blind. The Greek word for "luck" is also tyche (τύχη). She was known in Roman culture as Fortuna.
The king of Greek gods, is the sky god, father of all gods, one of the big three, is Zeus.
Zeus, in Greek Myth, is King of the Gods of Mount Olympus.