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Dress up Aphrodite
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Dress up Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty! Mix and match long skirts, tops and belts to create an elegant Greco-Roman dress for her. Also give her jewelry, flowing drapes and change her hairstyle and expression. The hairstyle on the first screen is from a famous Italian painting, can you recognize it?

  In addition to the dress up game, discover illustrations about twelve of the gods of Greek mythology: Artemis, the Moon goddess; Hestia, goddess of the home; Zeus, god of lightning and ruler over the gods; Hera, goddess of marriage; Apollo, the Sun god; Demeter, goddess of the harvest; Persephone, the goddess of spring, and of the dead; Hades, god of the Underworld; Poseidon, god of the sea; Athena, goddess of wisdom; Aphrodite, the fertility goddess; and Ares, god of war.
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Artemis, goddess of the moon  

Greek mythology has a really cool creation story, which goes something like this:

In the beginning, Uranus (the sky) and Gaia (the Earth) appeared out of nothingness. They had children, the Titans. But Uranus was evil, and the Titans rebelled against him. Cronos was the boldest one; he overthrew his father and gained dominion over the cosmos. His wife Rhea bore him children, so Cronos would swallow the babies, for fear that if they grew up they would overthrow him the way he overthrew his own father. Thus, he swallowed Poseidon, Hades, Hera, Demeter and Hestia. Gaia and Rhea hid the 6th baby, Zeus; and indeed, Zeus grew up and overthrew Cronos! He freed his brothers and sisters from the belly of his father, and together they defeated the Titans. Then they took up residence on Mount Olympus, a real mountain which towers over Greece.

Zeus has many children: Ares, whose mother is Hera; Persephone, whose mother is Demeter; Athena, the twins Apollo and Artemis, as well as Hephaestus (the god of fire and volcanoes) and Hermes (the messenger) are all Zeus' offspring. Ares and Aphrodite are lovers and they have children together. As for Hades, he is not an Olympian God: his realm is the Underworld below the world of mortals, and for half of the year Persephone is by his side. Hades stole her to make her his queen, and Zeus allowed it, as long as at springtime she is returned to Demeter - and this is how we get the seasons, according to the myth.
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