Greek mythology in popular culture. Aphrodite Aphroditus Philotes Peitho. Consequently, the mythic image of the lame smith is widespread. Cunning Intelligence in Greek Culture and Society. This article contains special characters. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Hephaestus.
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Ancient Greek religion and mythology. In the account of Attic vase painters, Hephaestus was present at the birth of Athena and wields the axe with which he split Zeus’ head to free her.
The Greek myths and the Homeric poems sanctified in stories that Hephaestus had a special power to produce motion. Pseudo-Apollodorus  records an archaic legend, which claims that Hephaestus once attempted to rape Athena, but she pushed him away, causing him to ejaculate on her thigh. Charoniums Charonium at Aornum Charonium at Acharaca. American Journal of Archaeology United States of America: Hephaestus was somehow connected with the archaic, pre-Greek Phrygian and Thracian mystery cult of the Kabeiroiwho were also called the Hephaistoi”the Hephaestus-men”, in Lemnos.
Aphrodite Aphroditus Philotes Peitho. In another account, Hephaestus, attempting to rescue his mother from Zeus’ advances, was flung down from the heavens by Zeus. He walked with the aid of a stick. Eldridge An Unpublished Calpis.
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He fell into the ocean yefesto was raised by Thetis mother of Achilles and one of the 50 Nereids and the Oceanid Eurynome. This article contains special characters. Hephaestus built automatons of metal to work for him. Circe Hecate Hermes Trismegistus. The first-century sage Apollonius of Tyana is said to have observed, “there are many other mountains all over the earth that are on fire, and yet we should never be done with it if we assigned to them giants and gods like Hephaestus”.
Consequently, the mythic image of the lame smith is widespread. Taking Ancient Mythology Economically. One of the Greek legends is that Hephaestus, when he hefrsto born, was thrown down by Hera.
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One of the three Hffesto tribes also called themselves Hephaestion and claimed direct descent from the god. While Aphrodite and Ares lay together in bed, Hephaestus ensnared them in an unbreakable chain-link net so small as to be invisible and dragged them to Mount Olympus to shame them in front of the other gods for retribution. The theme of the return of Hephaestuspopular among the Attic vase-painters whose wares were favored among the Etruscansmay have introduced this theme to Etruria.
Charonium at Hfeesto Charonium at Acharaca.
The Greeks frequently placed small dwarf-like statues of Hephaestus near their hearths, and these figures are the oldest of all his representations. Primordial deities Titan deities Aquatic deities Chthonic deities Mycenaean deities.
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The cult of Hephaestus was based in Lemnos. On the island of Lemnos, Hephaestus’ consort was the sea nymph Cabeiroby whom he was the father of two metalworking gods named the Cabeiri. Many Bronze Age smiths would have suffered from chronic arsenic poisoning as a result of their livelihood. In later accounts, Hephaestus worked with the help of the chthonic Cyclopes —among them his assistants in the forge, Brontes, Steropes and Pyracmon.
Phaidon Press Limited, p. As Hephaestus was an iron-age smith, not a bronze-age smith, the connection is one from ancient folk memory.
He designed Hermes ‘ winged helmet and sandalsthe Aegis breastplateAphrodite ‘s famed girdleAgamemnon ‘s staff of office,  Achilles ‘ armor, Heracles ‘ bronze clappersHelios ‘s chariot, the shoulder of Pelopsand Eros ‘s bow and arrows. In addition, the Romans claim their equivalent god, Vulcan, to have produced the following children:. An Athenian founding myth tells that the city’s patron goddess, Athenarefused a union with Hephaestus.