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Latin 1: Mythology

Greek Gods and Godesses for Latin1 Mid-term.

Aphrodite Goddess of love, romance, and beauty. Her son was Eros, god of Love.
Apollo Beautiful god of the sun, light, medicine, and music.
Ares Dark god of war who loves Aphrodite
Artmeis Independent goddess of the hunt, the forest, wildlife, childbirth, and the moon. Sister to Apollo.
Athena Daughter of Zeus and goddess of wisdom, war, and crafts. Sometimes spelled "Athene".
Demeter Goddess of agriculture and mother of Persephone.
Hephaestus Lame god of fire and the forge. Mated to Aphrodite.
Hera Wife of Zeus, protector of marriage, familiar with magic.
Hermes The speedy messenger of the gods, god of business. The Romans called him Mercury.
Hestia Calm goddess of home and home life, symbolized by the hearth* which holds the continually-burning flame.
Poseidon God of the sea, horses, and of earthquakes.
Zeus Supreme lord of gods, god of the sky, symbolized by the thunderbolt.
Hades although he was an important god and the brother of Zeus and Poseidon, was not generally considered to be one of the twelve Olympians since he dwelled in the underworld.
Dionysus the joyful god of the wine.
Persephone Daughter of Zeus and the harvest-goddess Demeter, and queen of the underworld; she was abducted by Hades.
Eros "Cupid", God of love.
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