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The Greek Goddess Aphrodite

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on 11 April 2011

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The Greek Goddess Aphrodite There are 13 main gods.
(12 of which lives on Mount Olympus)
They include....... Hermes, Demeter, Apollo, Athena, Hephaestus, Ares Dionysus, Hera, Artemis, Zeus, Hades, Poseidon, and... Aphrodite Aphrodite's birth... There were many theories
about Aphrodite's birth. One theory is that Aphrodite was born
on sea foam, and rode to shore on a seashell.

. Others say that Aphrodite was the daughter
of Zeus and Dione. Aphrodite's relatives This boy is Aphrodite's
son. He is known as cupid, or Ero.
Whoever he shoots with his arrow
would fall in love with the first person
they see. Aphrodite married Hephaestus under
Zeus' command. Zeus chose a husband
fast for Aphrodite, because he was afraid the
gods would all fight for her because she
was so beautiful.
Aphrodite was also the mother of
Anteros, Hymenaios and Aeneas. Hephaestus could hardly hardly believe that
he was as lucky as to marry Aphrodite.
He gave her presents he crafted himself and
inserted magic into them, making Aphrodite
even more irresistible. However, Aphrodite was not
satisfied with hard-working
Hephaestus. She had many affairs,
both with gods and mortals.
Some examples are Ares, the god
of war, violence, and hatred,
and a mortal named Adonis. Aphrodite's strength and power Aphrodite is the goddess
of love and beauty. As her power probably has suggested,
Aphrodite was beautiful and irresistible. Aphrodite's relationship with other gods and godesses. Aphrodite was overly proud,
and that sometimes angered
other gods and goddesses. However, all the gods found her
lovely and beautiful. Symbols representing Aphrodite The dove. Roses The sparrow The seashell. Resources:
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