Aeolus By: aly castellanoz

Aeolus myth

The myth says Aeolus was the son of Hellen & Orseis, and the ruler of Aeolia. Aeolus had many children with his wife Enarete. Some of the children's names are Sisyphus, Athamas, & Crethus

3 character traits

Aeolus was known as being the mighty God of the winds (Britannica.com)

Aeolus was also known as being noble (Wikipedia.com)

Aeolus was known for being the FEARLESS god of the winds (Theoi.com)

Theme

the theme of aeolus's myth is fate

Discussion statement

aeolus is different from other greek mythical gods because he has two stories. Most gods only have one story behind their power, but aeolus has two.

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