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    castrated his father, Uranus, and his flesh was cast into the sea creating a white foam. It is believed that Aphrodite was born a full grown woman from the foam. Aphrodite was so beautiful and desired by all men forcing Zeus to marry her off to Hephaestus to appease the jealous gods and goddesses. Hephaestus walked in on Aphrodite and Ares making love and the following events prove that the weak can outsmart the strong, a woman’s beauty can control a man, and jealousy is a strong force. Hephaestus is the god of blacksmiths and the son of Hera. Per Ron Leadbetter, a mythology…

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    Infidelity in marriage is viewed as modern in this day and age. The marriage between the gods Aphrodite and Hephaestus could be considered modern due to their countless affairs, resemblance to modern media, similarity to celebrity cheating scandals through pictures and artwork, recent psychologist reasons as to why couples cheat, and their connection to current infidelity statistics. First of all, Aphrodite had countless affairs while being married to Hephaestus. Aphrodite’s well-known affairs…

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    I heard that man declaring, before a host Of witnesses, this: It was all for that beautiful girl That Heracles sacked Oechalia’s loft towers And conquered Eurytus. Love was the only god To charm him into his warlike expedition. Soon after, Lichas’ verifies this account, continuing ‘But his love for her proved his utter defeat.’ Repeating once again Heracles’ vanquishing by his passion for this girl. Prior to the insight provided in Lichas’ revised utterance, Zeus was considered to have…

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    In Greek mythology there are many gods and goddesses who make up some people’s beliefs. One of those gods is Hephaestus, the god of fire. He is very important in Greek mythology because he was the son of Hera and Zeus, and would basically be the source for when god’s needed reliable weapons. The god of fire was a sibling to Apollo, Artemis, Hermes, Athena, Ares, and Persephone (greekgoddesses.net). His children were Euklela, Eupheme, Euthenia, Philophrosyne, Thaleia, Palikoi, Erikthonios, and…

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    In order to investigate the role of pity in causing Prometheus’s punishment, we must investigate the role of pity in his crime. The crime itself appears first early in the drama as Kratos explains it to Hephaistos in the opening speech: Your flower, the light of art-giving fire, He stole and gave to mortals. For such sins He must pay the penalty to the gods, So that he might be taught to bear the tyranny of Zeus, And to cease his man-loving way. (7-11) Here, Kratos marks the theft of fire from…

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    Hephaestus had many skills and traits, but he is most widely known for being the god of fire, metalworking, and sculpting art. Hephaestus came from Greek royalty, being the son of Zeus and Hera. Legend has it that when Hephaestus was born, he was crippled so Hera threw him from Olympus, where he landed in the ocean. He was then raised by Thetis and Eurynome. Hephaestus married Aphrodite, making her a Greek goddess. Together they had six children, making them fall in the line of Greek royalty as…

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    Hephaestus was the only horrid god among perfectly beautiful immortals. Hephaestus was born deformed and was cast out of heaven by Hephaestus was one of the twelve Olympian gods, he was the god of fire and divine smith. With Athena, he was the patron of handicrafts. He was the creator of all beautiful things and mechanically wonderful in Olympus, especially arms and armor for the gods. In general, he was a beneficent god. He was much loved by mortals and gods alike for his kindness and his skill…

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    Hephaestus: A Short Story

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    eleven-fifteen in the morning. Hephaestus, the god of work and blacksmithing, was fixing a large brass trombone in the band and chorus room. He sat in the far corner at a large wooden desk. He was hard at work that evidently he didn't notice when Peter, the head of a popular group of centaurs, swaggered into the room. After a few moments Peter slammed his left hand on Hephaestus’s table, Hephaestus slowly looked up from his mallet and trombone rolled his eyes and looked back down at his project.…

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    I am here to tell you all a story about a god who is named, Hephaestus. He was the one who would make all of Zeus’s lightning bolts and the armor for all of the gods. He was always feeling very lonely and upset, because he didn’t have many friends or a wife to talk too. One day he took a trip down to the village and met the most beautiful human, he took her back to house and they talked for hours and hours on end. They would always have so much fun together, it didn’t take them very long to…

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    he had his own palace on olympus where he made many clever inventions and automatons to work for him. hephaestus's ugly appearance was the reason zeus chose him to marry aphrodite, but despite this she had many affairs with both gods and men. hepaestus was known as the god of fire. according to most myths, the reason hephaestus and aphrodite were married is because hephaestus asked zeus for her as a reward for reconciling his parents. aphrodite didn't refuse. some people think this marriage…

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