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"The palace of Aphrodite, which her lame consort Hephaistos had built for her when he took her as his bride from the hands of Zeus. Since Volcanos [Hephaistos] complied not at once, the goddess softly embraced him in snowdrift arms, caressing him here and there.
They [Hera and Athene] entered the courtyard and paused below the veranda of the room where the goddess slept with her lord and master." "Kypris [Aphrodite], the goddess of desire, had done her sweet work in their hearts [and mated the visiting Argonauts with the widowed women of Lemnos]. The whole city [of Lemnos] was alive with dance and banquet. spoke to her husband, Volcanos [Hephaistos], as they lay in their golden bed-chamber, breathing into the words all her divine allurement [persuading him to forge armour for her son Aeneas in Latium] . Of a sudden he caught the familiar spark and felt the old warmth darting into his marrow, coursing right though his body, melting him; just as it often happens a thunderclap starts a flaming rent which ladders the dark cloud, a quivering streak of fire.
NERITES A young sea-god who was the very first love of Aphrodite.
DIONYSOS The god of wine who had a short affair with Aphrodite.
Hera cursed the goddess to bear a horribly ugly child, Priapos, as punishment for her promiscuity.
Angry at his mother's treatment, Hephaistos sent various gifts to Olympos including a Golden Throne for Hera.
When the goddess sat upon this cursed throne she was bound fast. this the cunning God-smith [Hephaistos] brought to Zeus, his masterpiece, what time the Mighty in Power to Hephaistos gave for bride the Kyprian Queen [Aphrodite]." "There are paintings here [in the temple of Dionysos at Athens]--Dionysos bringing Hephaistos up to heaven.
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