Aphrodite

A brave goddess

Thesis statement

In Joel Skidmore’s Mythweb.com, Aphrodite is the most significant goddess in Greek Mythology portrays an image that is brave and also has a beautiful spirit because she is the god of love.

Summarize

Aphrodite has a wide and powerful influence over various myths, gods and goddesses in Greek Mythology. She was the protector of sailors. Her father Zeus punishes her for beguiling her fellow gods into inappropriate romances. He caused her to become infatuated with the mortal Anchises.

Introduction

For example, Aphrodite affected others by her providing relationships that caused her to get in trouble by her father Zeus.

Quote

Another time, Zeus punished Aphrodite for beguiling her fellow gods into inappropriate romances. He caused her to become infatuated with the mortal Anchises. That's how she came to be the mother of Aeneas. She protected this hero during the Trojan War and its aftermath, when Aeneas quested to Italy and became the mythological founder of a line of Roman emperors. (Skidmore).

Explanation

Aphrodite demonstrates braveness unlike many gods and goddesses. She is a strong goddess that saves people not just for the fame but because she cares. She maybe the god of love but she expresses a strong and powerful emotion to get the job done .She protects people just like she would protect her own family. She has helped people with romantic issues and causing them to love .

Conclusion

Finally, although Aphrodite is the god of love she is a brave goddess that helps others physically, and mentally. People around the world look up to her because she is stronger than any goddess in Greek Mythology.

Work Cited

Aphrodite's symbol . Flickr . web . 25 September 2012 .