What is the story of Ares birth?
He was a son of Zeus and Hera. After Hephaestus and Aphrodite got married, Aphrodite cheated on Hephaestus with Ares. (nice girl, huh?) So Hephaestus traps them while they are.... doing it..... and says he is going to keep them there forever, but he eventually lets them go. Ares has two godly sons with Aphrodite, Phobos and Deimos, Fear and Panic.
Say you have to put on a drama performance for a school assesment task about Greek Gods and the like that has a chorus in it with lots of scope for sex jokes what myth or story would you base it on?
The story of Aphrodite and Ares. Aphrodite was was married to the graceless and lame Hephaestus, the god of fire/forging. Her true love was Ares, the god of war. One day while Aphrodite and Ares were together they were caught in an invisible but strong net forged by Hephaestus, and exposed to the ridicule and laughter of the other gods at Mt. Olympus
The ancient Greek Olympian god of war, civil order and manly courage was Ares [Άρης] son of Zeus and Hera. He was lover of goddess Aphrodite who gave birth to three children Phobos, Deimos [celestial bodies - satellites of planet Mars/ Ares] and Harmonia. The greek God of war is Ares, in Rome known as Mars.
Ares is the Greek God or War. (His Roman name was Mars). Ares was less like than Mars and there are different stories about him for different areas of the world. His parents Zeus and Hera disliked him most of all of their children. He would love to start wars just to fight regardless of the consequences. However, he was also known by the Greeks as a coward because if and when he was injured…
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
Hebe, goddess of youth. Eileithyia, goddess of birth. The Kharites, goddesses of grace, beauty, adornment, mirth, festivity, dance and song are also told to be daughters/maidens of Hera. Eris is also told to be twin to Ares, a daughter of Hera and Zeus. There are many other daughters of Zeus, and any daughter of Zeus would be sister to Ares and Hephaestus.