Did Adonis and Aphrodite have a child?
i wanna say adonis is more of a lust lover then lover she has had more then one child and of course husbands...adonis is also Persephone's lover too
Adonis was the child of Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love. However, Adonis did not have children according to Greek mythology.
No. Zeus forced Aphrodite to marry Hephaestus but Aphrodite really prefered Adonis or Ares. Aphrodite cheats on Hephaestus and has kids with Adonis.
Adonis must spent his time 6 months in the Underworld (with Persephone) and 6 months in Olympus (With Aphrodite), but at the same time, Adonis prefer to stay with Aphrodite
A female Adonis is called Aphrodite. Aphrodite, known as Venus by the Romans, is a goddess known for her beauty and grace.
Adonis is married to Aphrodite. (I did a litlle research and that's how I came up with this answer).
Well Adonis loved both Persephone and Aphrodite, and I'm not sure if he was married.
Adonis was not a god, he was a man who was admired by Aphrodite and Persephone. Since they kept fighting over him Zeus said that Adonis will spend four months with Aphrodite and four months with Persephone. The other four months he could choose to spend them with Aprodite or Persephone. He usually chose Aphrodite.
No, they were not friends; Aphrodite was a consort of Ares, son of Hera and Zeus, but once in a myth Priapus was said to be a child of Zeus rather than Aphrodite's lover Adonis/Dionysus. They also rivaled for the "Apple for the Fairest".
It isn't sure; he may have, she certainly had a child called Priapos whose father is sometimes called Zeus or Dionysus or Adonis.
Aphrodite was given to Hephestus. Aphrodite was not into hephestus and had numerous affairs with Ares and Adonis. :)
Aphrodite had children with Adonis, Anchises, Phaethon, and Boutes who were all mortal men.
No, Aphrodite did not marry Ares. He was her consort, Aphrodite had many other lovers - Adonis, Hermes, Dionysus, and Poseidon among them.
Boutes, Adonis, Phaethon, and Anchises.
Aphrodite was married to Hephaestus, but Adonis was her lover. Answer 2 And Ares first of all. Also Hermes.
The beautiful young man Adonis.
The goddess would be Aphrodite.
Greek myths have no chronology, which means there is no WHEN.
Adonis was the Greek God of beauty. It is believed that Aphrodite and Persephone were both taken by his beauty and therefore, there was a dispute between them as to whom he should live with as both had sheltered him as a child. Zeus then settled the matter, by making him spend a third of every year with each goddess and the third wherever he pleased. Adonis chose to spend two thirds of every year… Read More
Aphrodite had children with; Ares, Poseidon, Anchises, Hermes, Dionysus/Zeus, Adonis, Phaethon, Boutes.
Aphrodite had four main affairs with both gods and mortals. -Dionysus (god) -Ares (god) -Aeneas (mortal) -Adonis (mortal) (she loved Adonis the most but she had more affairs with Ares than any other)
Persephone freed him from the chest that Aphrodite had put him in and given to her.
This is Adonis, who was loved by both Aphrodite and Persephone, spending half a year with either goddess.
Well aphrodite was married to hephaestus but she was in love with the war god ares. Other than that Aphrodite had many other lovers such as Hermes, Dionysus, Adonis, Apollo, Etc.
Yes, the son of Aphrodite - Eros is frequently depicted with one and Aphrodite took up bow and arrow in the myth of her love for Adonis, so as to hunt beside him.
Both, as you can love more than one person.
Yes, she loved : Anchises, Adonis, Phaethon, and Boutes.
Adonis and Aphrodite a true story about love and death :) I used it for a social studies project and got a 100 .... hope this helps :)
Aphrodite was never a child.
Yes. More than five, in fact. Aphrodite was "born pregnant" with two: Eros Himeros Aphrodite's children with Ares were four: Harmonia Deimus Phobus Anteros Aphrodite with Hermes had : Hermaphroditos Priapos, was a son of Aphrodite by Zeus/Adonis/Dionysus. Rhode and Herophile were Aphrodite's daughters by Poseidon. Iakkhos was called a son of Aphrodite or Aura by Dionysus. Beroe was daughter of Aphrodite and Adonis. Her mortal sons were: Aeneas and Lyrus by Anchises. Astynous by… Read More
That of Persephone, Hades, and Demeter - as well as Adonis and Aphrodite and Persephone.
Adonis was one of Aphrodite's lovers, although not the only one.
well in mythology terms adonis was a young boy slain by a boar, but zues let him spend four months each year on the earth with persephone, four with aphrodite, and four wherever he chose, but the other definition of adonis is a handsome young man.
Because she was given to Hephestus against her will. She prefered others like Ares and Adonis.
She had a lover Adonis, over whom she had a serious conflict with Aphrodite.
Aphrodite is the goddess of love and beauty and married Hephaestus. Anyways, Aphrodite's Roman name is Venus just to let you know. 2 of her sons are: Adonis and Aeneas.
Priapos could be the son of Zeus, or Hermes, or Dionysus, or Adonis. Aphrodite is called his mother, but so is Khione or a Naias Nymphe. I don't think so. After all she was his daughter.
No. The goddess Aphrodite had many other lovers. Another one, besides Ares, was Adonis.
Adonis was a mortal with whom Aphrodite fell in love (possibly after being scratched by one of her son's arrows). She took care of him and sheltered him, but to keep him from the prying eyes of Hephaestos, her husband, she asked Persephone to watch over him. The younger goddess also fell in love with his beauty and refused to return him to Aphrodite. Eventually, Zeus settled the dispute by decreeing that Adonis would spend… Read More
The goddess Aphrodite was born fully grown out of the sea. So, she was never a child.
Eros was the child of Aphrodite . "Aphrodite's Child" was a progressive Greek musical band whose most prominent member was Vangelis .
The boy Adonis was loved by both Persephone and Aphrodite, Aphrodite when the baby was born hid him with Persephone, who glimpsed him and loved him, when he died on a hunt by Artemis' wrath - the goddesses had to share him each for half the year.
The myrtle-tree and myrrh-bush were sacred to Aphrodite, because it was from one these plants that her beloved Adonis was born.
It was a young man, brave but foolish man named Adonis.
He was not married. Aphrodite fell in love with him but, he got killed while hunting a wild boar. Aphrodite pleaded with Zeus to bring him back to life, which he did but, she could only spend summer with him the rest of the time he had to spend in the Underworld.
There is no mythological evidence to suggest that Aphrodite so much as disliked Hades - either the god, or the underworld - only that she had a rivalry with Persephone over the love of Adonis, which is another account of the myths to explain the seasons by the ancient people.
Aphrodite was Adonis' lover. Perhaps Aphrodite's best known lover was Ares, god of war, who was also her husband (at least in later versions), but is also reported to have had a go with the handsome young Adonis, who was not a god. She had to compete with Persephone, queen of the underworld, on that one.
Eros God of Love; unknown father. Himeros God of Desire; unknown father. Harmonia Goddess of Harmony (in relationships); daughter of Ares and Aphrodite. Phobos and Deimos Gods of Fear and Terror: sons of Ares and Aphrodite. Anteros, god of love returned; son of Ares and Aphrodite. Iacchus; leader-in-chief of the Eleusinian Mysteries of which Demeter is head of, is said to be a son of Dionysus and Aphrodite, or Dionysus and Aura. Priapos God of… Read More
1) one where Aphrodite turns stone into a beautiful women 2) When rumor goes around that Pyche, a mortal women, is more beautiflu than Aphrodite 3) The story when Paris is bribed by Aphrodite in a contest of beauty 4) her relationship with Ares and Hephaestus 5) Her birth 6) relationship with Adonis
Adonis grew up a most beautiful youth, and Venus loved him and shared with him the pleasures of the chase, though she always cautioned him against the wild beasts. At last he wounded a boar which killed him in its fury. According to some traditions Ares (Mars), or, according to others, Apollo assumed the form of a boar and thus killed Adonis. (Serv. ad Virg. Ecl. x. 18; Ptolem. Hephaest. i. p. 306, ed. Gale.)… Read More