[tlhIngan Hol] aphrodite introduction

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Tue Apr 20 04:27:08 PDT 2021


Goddess of beauty, love, desire, and pleasure. In Hesiod's Theogony(
188–206), she was born from sea-foam and the severed genitals of Uranus; in
Homer's Iliad (5.370–417), she is daughter of Zeusand Dione. She was
married to Hephaestus, but bore him no children. She had many lovers, most
notably Ares, to whom she bore Harmonia, Phobos, and Deimos. She was also a
lover to Adonisand Anchises, to whom she bore Aeneas. She is usually
depicted as a naked or semi-nude beautiful woman. Her symbols include
myrtle, roses, and the scallopshell. Her sacred animals include doves and


DI’onmey ‘IH Qun; muSHa’moHbogh ‘ej neHqu’moHbogh Qun; bel Qun. *aphrodite*
luboghmoHpu’ bIQ’a’ ‘o’nI’, *uranus* ‘InSep DaynguHDu’ je lupe’lu’ta’bogh
je ‘e’ SovmoH *hesiod* *theogony* (188 206 je qubbID). ‘ach *zeus* *dione*
je puqbe’ ghaH ‘e’ SovmoH *homer* *iliad* (5370 5417 je qubbID).
*hephaestus* naypu’, ‘ach ghaHmo’ pagh puqpu’ boghmoHpu’. *aphrodite*vaD
parmaqqay law’ tu’lu’pu’; parmaqqayvam’e’ *ares* potlh law’ Hoch potlh puS,
‘ej *ares*mo’ *harmonia* *phobos* *deimos* je boghmoHpu’. *adonis*
parmaqqay *anchises* parmaqqay je ghaHpu’ je *aphrodite*‘e’, ‘ej *anchises*mo’
*aeneas* boghmoHpu’. *aphrodite* ‘aghlu’taHvIS, motlh pagh Sut Sut puSqu’
ghap tuQbogh be’ ‘aghlu’. *myrtle scallop shell* ro’Sa’ latlhmey je bIH
DeghDaj’e’. *doves sparrows* je bIH lu’oSbogh Ha’DIbaH’e’.

~ Dana'an
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