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Enyo: Bellona, Bella

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on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of Enyo: Bellona, Bella

family

Parents : Zeus & Hera
Children : Enyalios by Ares
Sibilings: Ares, Hephaestus, Eilithyia, and Hebe
about her
ancient Greek word "enyos", meaning "horror"
warlike goddess and the counterpart and companion of Greek god Ares
she was described as the "Waster of Cities" and usually she was covered in blood and wearing a saffron robe.
goddes of warEnyo is usually depicted next to Ares, riding into war. She usually wore a helmet and was armed with a spear and torch.
ruling
Enyo mainly ruled over war. However, she was only a minor war goddess as the main war gods were Ares and Athena. Enyo usually travelled with Ares and Eris into wars. Enyo was the bringer of devastation and destruction of cities as well as mass bloodshed.
symbols
She had three
different symbols;
◾Sword
◾Spear

◾Torch
The spear and torch were sometimes seen crossing as Enyo's symbol.
She also had one sacred animal;


responsibility
As goddess of war, Enyo is responsible for orchestrating the destruction of cities, often accompanying Ares into battle, and depicted "as supreme in war" . During the fall of Troy, Enyo inflicted horror and bloodshed in the war, along with Eris, and Phobos ("Fear") and Deimos ("Dread"), the two sons of Ares. She was also connected to the Roman goddess of war, Bellona, and the Anatolian goddess Ma.
Enyo: Bellona, Bella
goddess of war and violence
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