From the mythical to the philosophical...
Zeus is supposed to be in charge. He boasts of being stronger than all the other gods together but appears to avoid putting it to the test. See 'the golden rope', Il. 8.19. Hera is number two with a bullet, Athena is Tritogeneia, third-born (Zeus' favourite daughter) and Aphrodite is fourth, though sometimes stronger than Zeus himself.
The solid red part is our Nomos, its border is Sophrosyne
cleverness (μῆτις), know-how,
"have" beauty or "be" beauty
"people (or army)'s justice"
"she rules by force"
God the Father -
the Good is first
the Holy Spirit -
we see that it's True
the Son -
the hero who dies for us like Achilles
With the Good, True and Beautiful is meant: the desire for those concepts. Justice is a rule, a duty that we have. Plato (or Socrates, in the Symposium) has some trouble dealing with the desire for the beautiful by itself so he redefines that as the desire for the Good and later additionally for the True. So Eros becomes a desire for all three. So its virtue becomes Sophrosyne, Moderation, the one that bounds the union of the three. There he finds the real beauty.