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May 2, 2021

[Answer] Who was Aphrodite’s winged son, often seen with a bow and arrow?

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...Eros, the god of love, passion, and fertility, is frequently depicted as a young, mischievous boy. To the ancient Romans, he was known as Cupid, and today is still seen as a universal symbol of love. By tradition, he is the son of Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty. His father is unconfirmed but could be Zeus, Ares, or Hermes. Legend says that Eros scraped himself with one of his own arrows and fell in love with Psyche, who became his wife for eternity.




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Eros:


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