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Ares (Greek deity)

LC control no.no2017035875
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingAres (Greek deity)
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Variant(s)Enyalius (Greek deity)
Αρης (Greek deity)
Арэс (Greek deity)
Арес (Greek deity)
Areso (Greek deity)
Airéas (Greek deity)
ארס (Greek deity)
Arész (Greek deity)
アレース (Greek deity)
Arēsu (Greek deity)
아레스 (Greek deity)
Arėjas (Greek deity)
Arejs (Greek deity)
Aresi (Greek deity)
Ареј (Greek deity)
Arej (Greek deity)
阿瑞斯 (Greek deity)
Aruisi (Greek deity)
See alsoMars (Roman deity)
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Other standard no.Q40901
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inBritannica online, March 21, 2017: Ares (Ares, in Greek religion, god of war or, more properly, the spirit of battle. Unlike his Roman counterpart, Mars, he was never very popular, and his worship was not extensive in Greece)
Godchecker website, March 21, 2017 (Ares; Greek god of war; Also known as Enyalius; the son of Zeus and Hera; when the Romans re-cast him, he was identified with Mars, the Blood-Red Planet of War)
Myths encyclopedia website, March 21, 2017 (In Greek mythology Ares, the son of Zeus and Hera, waged battle as the god of war. The Romans identified him with their own war god, Mars, although the two gods were quite different in character; Ares was not a major figure in Greek mythology)
Encyclopedia mythica website, March 21, 2017 (Ares; the Greek god of war and battle and the instigator of violence, a son of Zeus and Hera; the father of Harmonia, the goddess of harmony, and of the Amazonian queens Penthesileia and Hippolyte; the Romans equated them with Mars and their war-god was of much more significance than Ares)
Theoi Project website, March 21, 2017 (Ares; Greek name: Αρης = Arēs; Roman name: Mars; Olympian god of war, battlelust, courage and civil order; Ares was a son of Zeus and Hera, King and Queen of the Gods, and brother of the goddesses Eileithyia and Hebe. His half-brothers and sisters included Athena, Aphrodite, Apollon, Artemis, Hermes, Dionysos and Hephaistos. Ares had three children by the goddess Aphrodite named Deimos (Fear), Phobos (Terror), and Harmonia (Harmony); also had numerous mortal offspring)
Wikidata, March 21, 2017 (Ares; Greek god of war; names in other languages: Арэс = Arės; Арес = Ares; Areso; Airéas; ארס = Ares; Arész; アレース = Arēsu; 아레스 = Aresŭ; Arėjas; Arejs; Aresi; Ареј = Arej; 阿瑞斯 = Aruisi)
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