Zeus (Jupiter), Hera (Juno), Poseidan (Neptune), Hades (Pluto), Athena (MInerva), Apollo, Artemis (Diana), Aphrodite (Venus), Hermes (Mercury), Ares (Mars), Hephaestus (Vulcan), Hestia (Vesta)
Zeus, Hera, Poseidan, Athena, Apollo, Artemis, Aphrodite, Hermes, Ares, Hephaestus, Hestia, Demeter
Hades was not in Olympia so does not count. Some say Dionysus later replaced Hestia
Sons of Zeus: (4)A(2)D(4)HM(2)PZ
Aeacus, Aegipan, Apollo, Ares, Dardanus, Dionysus, Hephaestus, Heracles, Herse, Hermes, Minos, Perseus, Phasis, Zagreus
After Achilles kills Hector in Book 22, he conducts the funeral games of Patroclus in 23 and then kicks Hector's body around some more and goes back to his lonely tent. In 24, the gods begin to lose patience with him and send his mother, Thetis, to approach him about giving up Hector's body for burial. Once they've introduced that idea into Achilles' head, they inspire Hector's father, Priam, to go to the Achaean camp in the dead of night with a wagonload of treasure to offer as ransom for the body. As the old man travels alone across the plain between Troy and the camp, the god Hermes appears out of nowhere to escort him but vanishes as they reach the camp. Achilles is moved by the old man, reflects that his own father may be in the same situation soon, and accepts the ransom. Priam returns home early the next morning, and the Iliad ends with the funeral of Hector. The last line is "Thus they buried Hector, tamer of horses."