Hephaestus was born of Hera.
Hephaestus was described as being exceedingly ugly and deformed.
He was a god from birth.
Zeus gave life to the eagle that tormented Prometheus; this being built by Hephaestus.
Hephaestus was god of fire and the forge. He is best known for being married to Aphrodite.
Hephaestus is known for being an insufferable drunk, being underhanded and vindictive. His shortcomings are made manifest, as he is the creator of Pandora's Box.
Hephaestus biggest achievement must have been to do with metal work or being an artisan. Hephaestus was a Greek god who was the only one to work as a blacksmith.
Aphrodite became married to Hephaestus because Zues knew that the other Gods would fight over Aphrodite....so he gave her hand to Hephaestus in marriage.
Hephaestus had both; his brother being Ares, his sisters being Hebe and Eileithyia; as well as many half siblings from his parents Hera and Zeus.
Hephaestus was in the middle of a fight between his mother and father taking sides with his mother his father became furious with him. Zeus threw Hephaestus down Mount Olympus making him handicap.
Symbols of Hephaestus are hammer, tongs, anvil; animals being donkey, guard-dog, and the crane.
His parents were Zeus and Hera, so he was a god.
Armour at the request of Thetis, the mother of Achilles who had saved Hephaestus when Hera threw him from heaven as a babe for being lame/ugly.
Hephaestus (his Latin name being Vulcan)
No, Hephaestus was a maker of weapons. It can be said that being a god of fire itself was a "weapon" as well as the hammer he always had could be used for defense.
Hephaestus was the god of fire and metal working. He is equivalent to the Roman god Vulcan. He was born weak and crippled, and is described as being horribly ugly.
Hephaestus is basically a loner. He is the ugliest of the gods, and he is the son of Hera. I guess he would be closest to her, but she threw him off the side of Mount Olympus for being ugly.
hephaestus ;) -leah
Hephaestus is male.
Hephaestus was male. Therefore, he was a god. Hephaestus was the god of blacksmiths and forges.
Hammer, tongs, anvil; his animals being the donkey, the guard dog, and the crane.
Aphrodite, Hephaestus' wife, cheated on Hephaestus multiple times; usually with Ares.
He was thrown from the Olympus and hurt himself in the fall. Two versions: 1) Hera threw him out after he was born because she thought he was ugly (!). 2) Zeus threw him out because Hephaestus did not enjoy Zeus' pranks.
zues was the father of hephaestus
Hephaestus never died.
Aphrodite was the wife of Hephaestus.
The forges of Hephaestus.
No. Hephaestus is a Greek god.
for a while she was married off to the smith god hephaestus but when he made her a magic girdle she became even more irresistable and was not pleased being the wife of a sooty, hard-working hephaestus
Hephaestus is the Greek name for their god, while Vulcan is the Roman name for their god, these two gods are often identified with each other, being the counterparts in the two cultures.
Pericles directed the temple to be built.
Hephaestus is a Greek god, not a place. Goddesses like Hephaestus would be Athena and Hestia.
In English, Hephaestus is usually pronounced huh-FEST-uss.
Hephaestus is Zeus' son
Hephaestus and Aphrodite had no childeren.
hephaestus was married to aphrodite and aglaia
Hephaestus' mother was Hera.
Hephaestus is the ruler of fire and forge.
Hephaestus is a greek god.
Physical weakness: he had a club-foot. What also bothered him was being in love with his unfaithful wife.
He was the god of forgers, those often being blacksmith and inverters in the Greek era.
Yes; his mother being Hera and his father Zeus, he had many siblings and relations.
The hammer, the anvil and tongs; Hephaestus's animals being the crane, the guard dog and the donkey.
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Hephaestus is a nonexistent goddess. Hephaestus was a Greek god (he was male), the god of blacksmiths and forges.
No, Aphrodite cheated on Hephaestus with Ares: to be fair, Hephaestus married Kharis/Aglaia.
Hephaestus was Zeus's son. Hephaestus is the son Zeus and Hera. Sometimes it is said that Hera alone gave birth to Hephaestus, without male fertilization.
The Roman equivalent of Hephaestus is Vulcan.
Yes, Zeus is Hephaestus' father.