Greek Mythology 11 Rounding out the Pantheon

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Rounding out the Pantheon
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A Valentine’s Day Nugget for you - Eros Fear and Love
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Hephestus God of the Forge Fire Volcanos craftsmanship
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Epithets of Hephestus “the lame one” ( μφιγύεις) “the halting” (κυλλοποδίων) “coppersmith” (χαλκεύς) “renowned artificer” (κλυτοτέχνης) “shrewd, crafty” or “of many devices” (πολύμητις)
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Worship of Hephestus Temple dedicated to Hephestus and Athena in the Athenian Agora
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The Lameness of Hephestus Variations to the story Hera is jealous at Zeus’ parthenogenic birth of Athena She conceives Hephestus but he is born lame and thrown
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Hephestus’ revenge and return
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Marriage to Aphrodite Compromise candidate Aphrodite engages is an affair with Ares H. finds out
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Ares Temple dedicated to Ares in the Athenian Agora, but not clear exactly where Unusal Divine figure is
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Court of the Areopagus
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Ares God of warfare More precisely, a god associated with blood lust and rage * Mrēs ̥ Indo-European construction Connected to Mars
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Stand and grieve at the grave of Kroisos taken in war by violent Ares, fighting in the front ranks
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course CLASSICS 122 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '12 term at UMass (Amherst).

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