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Greek Vase Painting: Aphrodite, Dionysus & Zeus

by Liz Amberg

"Aphrodite"

Aphrodite was the goddess of love. She was loved by all men. Zeus was her father. She was the wife of Hephaestus, the god of fire. In Roman mythology, her name is Venus.

by Kyle Kelly

"Dionysus"

Dionysus was the god of wine. They would have celebrations in his honor. At the celebrations they would drink wine and do different plays.

by Melody McKinney

"Zeus"

Zeus was the main god. He was married to Hera. Hestia was his sister.In Roman mythology, Zeus was Jupiter. Zeus had many children, some of them being, Artemis and Apollo, Athena, and Aries.

 

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