Aphrodite Goddess Of LOve And beauty

Every image and in the story has Aphrodite Having no childhood.

Aphrodite is also known as Acidalia, Cytherea, and Cerigo

The symbols for Aphrodite are the Dove and a Flower.

Aphrodite was born when Cronus severed Uranus's genitals and threw them into the sea.

Aphrodite was also a major figure in the Trojan war.

Citations

Philips, F. Carter. "Aphrodite." World Book Student. World Book, 2017. Web. 6 Jan. 2017.

C. Kerényi (1951). The Gods of the Greeks.

Walter Burkert (1985). Greek Religion

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