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lionessheart lionessheart 18-21, F 31 Answers Dec 3, 2012 in Fiction

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Eros, whom the Greek people believed to be the God of love.

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Flatulitis... God of the Winds

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oh I thought it said greek 'food'...I was drowling at the thought of baked cheese, saganaki, yum yum....<br />
oops!!<br />
at least I know what I am having for lunch now.

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Kratos, the god of strength.

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Apollo. Probably because it's my paternal grandmother's maiden name.

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Is it not apparent?

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There's is way too many I love , I could never bring myself to pick only one! Although I can say I have a special place in my heart for (even though he's not a god) Narcissus , for the lesson the teaches us

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so many to choose from.. very hard to choose just one.. i tried real hard to make up my mind and couldnt decide..

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Hermes I guess.

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Hera...Goddess of the family

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Dionisus seems like he'd be fun to chill with... and I really like the story of Persephony..

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Tough i like alot athena and Apollo ....

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Hermes: he got to go to a lot of interesting places, and those sandals would be pretty awesome. :) Also, a god of cunning, trickery and language is pretty much up my street.

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Male god = Poseidon AKA Neptune<br />
goddess = Diana AKA Artemis

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Aphrodite as my home island, Kythera had a rock cave and waterfall where legend had said that she would come to rest and play with sea nymphs. I like her simply because of the stories I was told growing up.

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i always thought aphrodite was from the island of cyprus. born when her father was castrated as she was born on the island of cyprus

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She was, but the people of Kythera liked to tell stories about how she would visit. Google it :)

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situationos

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Hail Eris!<br />
All hail Discordia!

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Athena.<br />
Or is it Minerva?<br />
(I get the names mixed up.)

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They are the same. Minerva was her Roman name.

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Yes...I can never remember which is Roman and which is Greek.

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zues.

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hmmmmmm. besides myself??? LOL

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