Who is the roman goddess born of the sea foam?
Venus, the Roman goddess of love was born of sea foam. Her Greek counterpart is Aphrodite.
There is no Roman goddess of the sea, but Salacia, wife of Neptune (god of the sea), is the Roman goddess of salt water. The analog for this couple in Greek mythology is Amphitrite (Greek goddess of the sea) and Poseidon (Greek god of the sea). Poseidon is the greek name for ruler of the sea and Neptune is the Roman/Latin Name for ruler of the sea
Aphrodite is not a daughter of Zeus, but born from the chopped up pieces of Ouranos whose son Kronos chopped him from the influence of his mother Gaia. She was born from the sea foam Ouranos's pieces formed. Her name actually means " sea foam" , cool right? Aphrodite's roman name is "Venus", she is the goddess of love, beauty. Also one of the 12 major Olympians.
Aphrodite (known as Venus in Roman mythology) was the goddess of love and beauty in Greek Mythology. Her symbol is the dove. She was married to Hephaestus, the blacksmith god, though she often has affairs. Her son was Eros, in Roman mythology named Cupid. She has two different stories about her birth. On one hand she was born from sea foam. On the other hand she was born to Zeus and Dione. The greek goddess…