Yes, but they aren't famous or written. The most common way, was that the young males would give themselves to him as a way to getting blessed for war. Ares dated Aphrodite, but anything that had a fighting spirit and good at combat, was a perfect lover for Ares.
no,he loved aphrodite and had 7/6 kids
yes. Poseidon's brothers were Zeus and Hades. His sisters were Hera, Hestia, and Demeter. well known children of Poseidon include the hero Theseus and the merman Triton. Poseidon also had a "romantic" relationship with Medusa, but i believe this was before she was turned into a monster, and also the reason why she was turned into a monster. I should add that by romantic i mean she was raped by him, which for a male greek god was normal. Like most of the male greek gods, Poseidon had many lovers and had many children with these lovers. His wife was Amphitrite, and she was a nymph. He also once hooked up with his sister Demeter. Most of the greek gods were related, and inbred.
At times a Greek god or goddess is not shown to ware any "head piece": but this depends upon the Greek god or goddess. Athena and Ares, being war deities, are sometimes seen adorned with Greek helmets.
Athena did have a few half brothers and sisters. there was Ares, Artemis, Apollo, Aphrodite, Hephastus, Dionysus, Hermes and a few other minor gods and goddesses. But she did not have any real brothers or sisters.
Hades' lover and wife is Persephone.
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No birth date is given for any Greek god.
They were half siblings.
Mars is the Roman counterpart to Ares.
Aphrodite was married to Hephaestus, but Adonis was her lover. Answer 2 And Ares first of all. Also Hermes.
Clarisse La Rue and the whole Ares cabin.
Mars was the Roman version of the Greek god of war, Ares.
The greek god for Mars is Ares
Since nobody has met the gods in real life, it has not been ppossible to measure them.
72 ares fought with but 43 of them he lost or got injured
Yes, male lovers of Apollo may have included Adonis, Hyacinthus, Hymenaios, Cyparissus, Admetus, Atymnius, Branchus, Carnus, Clarus, Hippolytus of Sicyon, Iapis, Leucates, Phorbas, Potnieus.