Aphrodite (Ancient Greek Ἀφροδίτ) is one of the twelve Olympian deities representing love.
For its beauty, other gods feared that jealousy would put an end to the peace that reigned among them, beginning a war; for this reason Zeus married her to Hephaestus, who was not seen as a threat. Aphrodite had many lovers, both gods like Ares as deadly as Anchises. The goddess was also of crucial importance to the legend of Eros and Psyche, and was described in subsequent reports of his myth, both as a lover of Adonis as her adoptive mother. Several other characters from Greek mythology were described as children.
He had a belt, which were all its attractions, which, once the goddess Hera, during the Trojan War, Zeus borrowed to delight and encourage the Greeks.