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Gods Of Intellect and Craft

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Ellie Jensen

on 4 September 2013

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Transcript of Gods Of Intellect and Craft

Gods Of Intellect and Craft
Roman: Vulcan
He is the son of Zeus and Hera.
Said to be the only physically ugly God.
He is the God of fire, forge, and volcanoes.
He is the smith and armorer of the gods.
He is kind and peace loving.
His wife is Aphrodite.
It was Hephaestus who chained Prometheus to the rock.
Both of his parents are said to hate him.
Hermes is the god diplomacy, traveling, Athletic events, sports, and most of all the messenger of the gods.
Hermes also was a god of burglary
(Roman, Kirke)
Circe, goddess of Magic, was daughter of Helios, god of the sun.
She lived on the island of Aiaia with her nymph attendants.
She's both a goddess and a sorceress.
Often times sailors would be lured to her island by her enchanting singing, merely to meet their demise.
Hermes Athena Hephaestus Circe
Athena is the goddess of, wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilization, law and justice, just warfare, mathematics, strength, strategy, arts, crafts, and skills
Athena led battles, as the strategic and disciplined side of the war. As opposed to her brother, Ares, the patron of violence, bloodlust, and slaughter.
Hermes was famous for capturing the god Apollos cattle when he was only a n infant. He also assisted Perseus in the slaying the Medusa.
Hermes sacred animal is the tortoise . Symbols like winged sandals and a rooster are associated with Hermes. Hermes rescued the god Zeus's love Io from a giant.
Athena never consorts with a lover, nor does she ever marry.
By Emma Aldrich, Ellie Jensen, Konner Johnson, Bret Barnett, Tia Hancock
The End
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