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ARES GOD OF WAR!
Transcript of ARES GOD OF WAR!
He was feared by almost all mortals and hated by all of the gods.
He looked like a wise man, he was bearded, and handsome.
In some Greek stories he was told to look a like a young, foolish youth ( still extremely handsome). Ares Objects of Ares Ares animal representation is the vulture, boar, and the dog, the dog was duped into being his animal.
Ares was also represented by weaponry, such as the spear, helmet, and chariot.
People also associated him with violence and death. Relatives of Ares Ares parents were Zeus and Hera (Ares was loathed by both parents).
Ares was never married but he did have numerous affairs with Aphrodite.
He had three children with Aphrodite , Harmonia (Goddess of harmony of marriage and war), Deimos (Terror), and Phobus (Fear).
Ares's most famous child was Eros, otherwise known as Cupid. He was said to wear a blindfold because "Love is blind". Ares was the first to be tried for murder among the immortal Greek gods. According to myths, he brutally killed Poseidon’s son Alirrothios, to avenge the honor of his daughter Alkippe ( He killed him because he tired to flirt with his daughter).
Ares had his residence on Mount Olympus and his throne was made with human skin. Usually he was accompanied by Eris, the goddess of discord.
Ares's blessings were courage, endurance, strength, and victory . His curses were cowardice, fear, rebellions, invasion, defeat, sacking of cities, and death.
He had no city named after him like other gods because he was hated throughout the land. BY SUNNY BALKIN P.6th ARES: GOD OF WAR Ares: Popular myths and Tales Ares was known to have affairs with the goddess Aphrodite, when Hephaestus (Aphrodite's husband) heard of this he devised a plan and caught them in a unbreakable net. They were put on display on Mount Olympus and were the laughing stock of the gods.
Another myths shows how possessive Ares was of Aphrodite. When Aphrodite fell in love with a man named Adonis, Ares became so angry that he turned into a boar and killed Adonis on one of his hunting trips ( he did this so that no one would know it was him, expect for Aphrodite). Ares Exterminators!! Do you have enemies that you can't get rid of?! To many people in your life creating kindness and peace??
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