Ares is the Greek and Roman God of War and was one of the Greek gods that became more popular in our culture, especially after the saga of God of War games ... Check out everything about Ares by reading the article.
HERMES THE GREEK GOD FACTS
HERMES, THE MESSENGER OF THE GODS
With wings on your feet, you fly through space, singing all the Music, in all languages ... We honor you, Hermes, help us in our work! Give us an eloquent speech, and a youthful vigor. Supply our needs, grant us a clear memory. Give us good luck, and end our lives in peace.
HERMES 'FIRST APPEARANCES
RECEPTION OF HERMES IN THE MIDDLE AGE
Their children are: Pan, Hermaphrodite, Abdero, Autolic, Eudoros, Angelia, Mírtilo
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