Venus By Taylor

In Roman mythology, Venus was the goddess of love. She was the Roman equivalent to the Greek Aphrodite. They were equivalent because they both represented love and beauty. They were different because Venus was roman and Aphrodite was Greek.

Venus had two main divine lovers: her husband Vulcan and Mars. In some Latin mythology Cupid was the son of Venus and Mars.

Venus' roman equivalent is Aphrodite. They were similar because Venus was the goddess of love and beauty while Aphrodite was the goddess of victory.

Venus had may stepbrothers and stepsisters. Her siblings were all children of Zeus. Their names were Ares, Athena, Apollo, Artemis, Hebe, Hermes, Heracles, Helen, Hephaestus, Minos, Muses, Perseus. Venus' parents were Saturn and Uranus.

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