[tlhIngan Hol] ares introduction

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Thu Apr 22 04:54:44 PDT 2021


God of courage, war, bloodshed, and violence. The son of Zeus and Hera, he
was depicted as a beardless youth, either nude with a helmet and spear or
sword, or as an armed warrior. Homer portrays him as moody and unreliable,
and as being the most unpopular god on earth and Olympus (Iliad 5.890–1).
He generally represents the chaos of war in contrast to Athena, a goddess
of military strategy and skill. Ares is known for cuckolding his brother
Hephaestus, conducting an affair with his wife Aphrodite. His sacred
animals include vultures, venomous snakes, dogs, and boars.


toDuj, noH, veS, ta’mey ral je Qun; peqlu’taHvIS ‘ej wIDlu’taHvIS, beltaH
*ares*. *zeus* *hera* je puqloD ghaH. *ares* ‘aghlu’taHvIS, QupwI’ ‘aghlu’,
‘ej qabDajDaq pagh rol tu’lu’. pagh Sut tuQ, nachDajDaq mIv tu’lu’, ‘ej
naQjej yan ghap ‘uch; pagh, nuHmey qengbogh SuvwI”e’ ‘aghlu’. nom jaS
vangchoH *ares* ‘e’ ‘otHa’ *homer*, *ares* wuvlaHbe’ vay’, ‘ej tera’Daq
olympusDaq je Qun’e’ *ares* QatHa’ law’ Hoch Qunpu’ QatHa’ puS ‘e’ ‘otHa’
je *homer* (*iliad* 5890 5891 je qubbID). motlh noH veS je way’ar ‘oS *ares*,
vaj pIm *ares* *athena* je, noH veS je Dup laH je Qun ghaHmo’ *athena*‘e’.
*ares* loDnI’ –*hephaestus*– naypu’ *aphrodite*, ‘ach parmaq ruS luSIQpu’
*ares* *aphrodite* je, ‘ej ngoDvammo’ noy *ares*. *vultures*, tar luQInbogh
*snakes*‘e’, qovIjmey, ngavyaw’mey, Suy’mey tlhab latlhmey je bIH lu’oSbogh

~ Dana'an
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