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Zeus wanted to convey mount olympus to artemis, ares, aphrodite, and athena in equal shares. on july 1, he saw artemis, aphrodite, and athena and gave them their conveyance stating to artemis, ares, aphrodite, and athena a 1/4 interest in mount olympus as joint tenants with rights of survivorship. on july 4, zeus gave ares his corresponding conveyance. two months later, ares died in battle, leaving two sons (his heirs). the following month athena transferred her share in mount olympus to dionysos. tenancy in common o joint tenancy tenancy by entirety severalty community property

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