Chapter 9: Myths of Female Deties
Chapter 9: Myths of Female Deties GRC 3196
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C h a p t e r 9 : M y t h s o f t h e F e m a l e D e i t i e s | 1 Chapter 9: Myths of the Female Deities Match the following Demeter: Mistress of the Wheat Ceres: Roman name for Demeter Athena: Goddess of the practical crafts Minerva: Roman name for Athena Hestia: Guardian of the home fire Vesta: Roman name for Hestia Aphrodite: Olympian sex goddess Venus: Roman name for Aphrodite Artemis: Olympian goddess of the animals Diana: Roman name for Artemis Aphros: Foam Sappho: The "tenth Muse" Adonis: Son of Myrrha and Cinyras Hermaphroditus: A being with features of both sexes Orion: Giant killed by Artemis Glaukôpis: "Owl- or gray-eyed" used of Athena Arachnê: Turned into a spider by Athena Callisto: Turned into a bear by Artemis Anchises: Mortal man Aphrodite shamefully had sex with Niobê: Saw her children killed by Artemis and Apollo
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