►Greek Mythology: “Aphrodite, Hephaestus, Ares and her Other Lovers”:
Hephaestus (Roman equivalent: Vulcan), the smith and craftsman of the gods, was married to Aphrodite (Roman equivalent: Venus), the goddess of love and beauty.
It was not a good marriage because Aphrodite was as an unfaithful wife.
But Hephaestus also cheated her, for example with Athena, the Greek goddess of reason, intelligent activity, arts and literature.
Aphrodite most notable lovers were the gods Ares (God of War. Roman equivalent: Mars),Dionysius, Greek God of Wine and Fertility, Hermes, (Greek God of herds and herald of the gods. Roman equivalent: Mercury), Zeus (King of Gods. Roman equivalent: Jupiter), Nerites (A young Sea-God who was the very first love of Aphrodite). Poseidon (Greek God of the Sea. Roman equivalent: Neptune), and the mortal, Adonis, who was Myhrra’son
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