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Ares is the quintessential male, brooding, powerful, and virile. Aphrodite is the quintessential female, tempestuous, elegant, and sexually resplendent. Two peas in a very passionate pod, the relationship between Ares and Aphrodite speaks directly to the most primal part of the human psyche, piercing even the most stone-like hearts.Is Ares really married to Aphrodite?
Ares and Aphrodite, however, were not described as being married. Aphrodite had been married to Hephaestus, the lame god of the smiths. In a challenge set by Zeus she had hoped Ares would prevail, but the smith god exploited the wording of Zeus's proclamation to win Aphrodite for himself. From the beginning, the couple was poorly matched.Did Aphrodite have relationship with Ares?
APHRODITE The goddess of love and beauty had a long love affair with Ares which lasted for the duration of her marriage to Hephaistos and beyond. She bore him four divine sons and a daughter: Eros, Anteros, Deimos, Phobos and Harmonia.Did AREs have any children with Aphrodite?
Children: Ares' children with Aphrodite included Himeros (desire), Pothos (desire), Phobos (fear), Deimos (terror), Armonia (harmony), Eros (love) and Anteros (mutual love). Ares also had a daughter named Alcippe, who was raped by Allirothios, a son of Poseidon.