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The Odyssey- Ares
Transcript of The Odyssey- Ares
Deimos (spirit of terror)
Phobos (the spirit of fear)
His sister Enyo (Goddess of bloodshed)
Alala (her name became his battle war cry) Ares had several symbols to represent him. A shield and spear A vulture A bloody spear During the Trojan war, Ares fought on the Trojan side. A Famous Story Ares had been captured and help captive by the giant Aloadai twins. They had caught him and locked him in a bronze jar. Ares stayed captive in the bronze jar, and almost lost his mind. Fortuantly, the stepmother of the twins figured out what had happened and told Zeus' assistant Hermes. Hermes was able to release Ares from the jar just before he died of starvation. Product inspired by Ares ARES ARMOUR A protective suit of armour that will keep you so safe that you feel like an indestructible god. Companys that already exist that were inspired by Ares:
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