Τhe Olympian god of fire, metalworking and crafts.
He possessed relatively few public shrines and temples in ancient Greek but was probably widely honored with torch-race festivals and small scale rites performed by craftsmen.
His two main cult centres were the island of Lemnos and the city-state of Athens.
In classical sculpture Hephaistos was depicted as a bearded man wearing a craftsman’s cap and holding tools.
Though married to Hephaestus, Aphrodite had an affair with Ares, the god of war.
Eventually, Hephaestus discovered Aphrodite’s affair through Helios, the all-seeing Sun, and planned a trap during one of their trysts.
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