Aphrodite, antiquated Greek goddess of sexual love and magnificence, related to Venus by the Romans.

The Greek word aphros signifies “froth,” and Hesiod relates in his Theogony that Aphrodite was conceived from the white froth created by the cut off privates of Uranus (Heaven), after his child Cronus tossed them into the ocean. Aphrodite was, actually, broadly adored as a goddess of the ocean and of nautical; she was additionally respected as a goddess of war, particularly at Sparta, Thebes, Cyprus, and different spots. In any case, she was referred to essentially as a goddess of affection and ripeness and even once in a while managed

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