Aphrodite was an Olympian goddess of love, beauty, pleasure and procreation. She was the most beautiful of all goddesses in terms of appearance, but her personality was rather damaged because she is described as weak and frightened as well as ill-tempered and easily offended. She had many affairs with both gods and mortals. The reason behind all of this might be that she had no childhood and never learned how to deal with a relationship.
Aphrodite (Venus) – Greek Goddess of Love, Beauty, Pleasure, and Procreation
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Aphrodite Roman equivalent is Venus is the Greek Olympian goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation. It would be impossible for the Greeks, a people who so loved the natural beauty and pulchritude, not to invent a deity who protects and personifies those values. For this reason, Aphrodite was symbolizing the eternal beauty and sexual desire. The most prevalent myth about her origin is that she was born on a coast of Cyprus.
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The Greek god Dionysus, or Bacchus, was a son of Zeus and the god of the vine. He spent a good deal of time wandering around the Middle East and the Mediterranean battling with some mortals, teaching others to cultivate and worship the gods. In all cases, however, he traveled with a party entourage of women, satyrs half man, half goat and his friend Pan, the god of shepherds and flocks, as they held festivals of wine and revelry. The parties that Dionysus threw wherever he traveled and which his worshippers continued long after his death , never failed to attract women living nearby.
The following is a list of male Greek god names. This list includes both major and minor male gods from both Greek and Roman mythology. For a complete list of Greek gods and goddesses, click here. Note that clicking on Greek god names that have links will take you to a detailed description of that particular god. Not all gods have their own pages.