Aphrodite was considered to be important in Greek mythology because she helped assist in love. She was the Goddess of love and helped unite various people. For example, she helped unite Paris with Helen of Troy.
Why is the story about medusa and Aphrodite important to the ancient Greeks?
its so important because thats a part of the conflict of when Aphrodite and Medusa is basicly Aphrodite was jealous of Medusa and made Medusa ugly ...
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Why was Aphrodite so important to Greece and what made her so important?
Because Greece needed love and beaty
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Why was Aphrodite important in the novel The Iliad?
Aphrodite is the mother of Aineas, she protected him during the war so he wouldn't get killed and this led to the Aeneid by Virgil. Also, one of Diomedes deed's was wounding Aphrodite's hand. ...
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How were Aphrodite and Artemis related?
In most myths, Aphrodite was born from the sea, so she had no parents. Artemis was Zeus' daughter by Leto. So according to that myth, they are not related. In other myths, Aphrodite was the daughter of Zeus and Dione. So according to that myth, Artemis and Aphrodite were half sisters. ...