Most significant goddess in Greek Mythology
In the web site it states that Aphrodite took part in the Trojan War because she offered the love of the most beautiful mortal women in the world, but she was married, so Aphrodite had to convince her to leave her husband to run off with Paris who she owed "Helen" to him.
“Helen recognizes the goddess in disguise and asks if she is being led once more to ruin. For Aphrodite had bewitched her into leaving her husband Menelaus to run off with Paris. She dares to suggest that Aphrodite go to Paris herself. Suddenly furious, the goddess warns Helen not to go too far, lest she be abandoned to the hatred of Greeks and Trojans alike. ‘I'll hate you,’ says the mercurial goddess, ‘as much as I love you now’” (Myth web 1993- 2014).
Aphrodite was being manipulative, because she convinced Helen to leave Menelaus and to run off with Paris. Intelligent by going as a maid as a disguise, to not reveal her true identity. Aphrodite is an Avenger( someone who looks for revenge) because when Helen was very disrespectful to Aphrodite she told her that watch what she says or you will be hated by the Greeks and the Trojans, Aphrodite pretty much warned Helen that this will happen. Helen was blamed for the war and hated for that.
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