[tlhIngan Hol] hephaestus introduction

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Sat May 1 05:20:01 PDT 2021


God of fire, metalworking, and crafts. Either the son of Zeus and Hera or
Hera alone, he is the smith of the gods and the husband of the adulterous
Aphrodite. He was usually depicted as a bearded, crippled man with hammer,
tongs, and anvil, and sometimes riding a donkey. His sacred animals include
the donkey, the guard dog, and the crane. Among his creations was the armor
of Achilles. Hephaestus used the fire of the forge as a creative force


*hephaestus: *
qul, mItlhmeH mIw, laHmey le’ je Qun. *zeus* *hera* je puqloD ghaH, pagh
*hera* neH puqloD ghaH. Qunpu’ baS vIqraq chenmoHwI’ ghaH, ‘ej *aphrodite*
(parmaqqay law’ ghajbogh *aphrodite*) loDnal ghaH. *hephaestus*
‘aghlu’taHvIS, motlh loD rIgh ‘aghlu’; qabDajDaq rol tu’lu’, mupwI’,
cha”etlh DaSwI”a’, *anvil* je ghaj *hephaestus*, ‘ej rut SarghHom lIgh.
SarghHom, ‘avbogh qovIj/ngavyaw’, *crane*, latlhmey je bIH lu’oSbogh
Ha’DIbaH’e’. Doch law’ chenmoHta’ *hephaestus*, ‘ej *achilles* SIryoD
chenmoHta’ je. baS tetmeH vIncha’ qul ‘oH *hephaestus* chenmoHmeH HoS

~ Dana'an
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