Ares is the god of war, he is a greek god. Ares is in love with Aphrodite. He has a lot of children. Ares has a temple in greece. The god of wars abilities are shape shifting, conjuration, teleportation, fire manipulation, regeneration, superhuman strength, superhuman speed, superhuman agility, superhuman stamina, master of pyrokinesis materialize any weapon.
The Olympians were the twelve major Gods of the Ancient Greek religion. They were Zeus, Hera, Poseidon, Hephaestus, Aphrodite, Ares, Artemis, Apollo, Hermes, Dionysus, Demeter and Athena. As a collective they presided over every aspect of human life. Each of the Olympian Gods can split into categories based on the role they played. In answering this question, I will outline these separates categories and state which of the Gods belong and they specific functions within that category.
Aphrodite goddess of love, desire and beauty. Apollo god of music Ares god of war Artemis goddess of chastity, virginity,of the moon, and moon. Athena goddess of reason, intelligent activity, art.
Bundy 0.1 Allyson Bundy Mr. B English 9 February 2018 Persephone, Queen of the Underworld The story of how Persephone became the Queen of the Underworld is an interesting one. This was a unique story, and that is why I chose Persephone to write my research paper on.
According to Greek mythology, there was a young, very handsome, prince of Troy named Ganymede. Zeus thought that he would make an exceptional cup-bearer. Zeus sent his pet eagle, Aquila, to bring Ganymede to Olympus. However, Hera was not pleased by the arrival of Ganymede at all. She had two reasons to dislike the boy: firstly, she was annoyed that her husband could have such strong feelings for Ganymede, and secondly, that Ganymede was to take up the position that had once been held by her daughter, Hebe, the goddess of youth.
Athena- Goddess of Wisdom, Military Victory, and Womanly Arts Athena, goddess of wisdom, military victory, and womanly arts. She was a patron of Athens and was the half sister of Hercules. Originally Athena was pre-eminently the goddess of the city, the protector of civilized life, of handicraft, and agriculture.
Wall Label The Great Greek Hero Herakles, who was the son of Zeus, was well-known and represented the symbol for extraordinary strength, courage and the battles against evil. This famous hero holds the club that he used to beat his enemy Nemean Lion, and in the other hand, he holds the skin of the lion to show to the world his triumph. This sculpture of Heracles, which was inspired by the Greek school of Polykleitos, depicts him nude because nudity portrays an athlete, hero or a god and it is considered the highest form of beauty. Catalogue Entry
Hermes leads the three goddesses, Aphrodite, Athene and Hera, to Paris in the contest for the golden apple. The Trojan prince is depicted as a shepherd boy, sitting on a rock, playing his lyre, surrounded by sheep. Hermes leads the goddesses, holding a kerykeion (herald 's wand) in his hand, and wearing a petasos cap and winged boots. Athene follows crowned with a helm, holding a spear and wearing the snake-trimmed aigis cloak. After her comes Hera holding a royal sceptre, and lastly Aphrodite veiled and surrounded by a host of winged Erotes (love gods).
Publius Ovidius Naso or better known as Ovid is responsible for writing the original myth of Apollo and Daphne or Daphne and Phoebus although many translations has been published by other authors like Thomas Bulfinch. In 43 B.C., he was born on the twentieth of the third month and this was the time when Julius Caesar has just been killed. He grew up in a town where it has been cut off from the capital because of the conflicts that has taken place in a political sense which is in the eastern part of Rome called Sulmo. His chosen career in life, a poet, is something that he has found easy to do which is during his early twenties and peace finally rests in the country. His poetry works consistently has the elegiac tone and he is still able
Artemis was an interesting, strong, and independent goddess. She is the daughter of Zeus and Leto; her twin is Apollo, who is also known as the god of music. (D’Este 74). Artemis is the goddess of hunting, animals, and nature (Atsma). The whole time Leto was pregnant with Artemis, she was pursued and taunted by the jealous goddess, Hera, who was the wife of Zeus at the time.