Homeric Hymn To Aphrodite

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The Homeric Hymn to aphrodite concerns the sexual engagement between aphrodite and the mortal Trojan prince Anchises . This engagement has three subsequent repercussions which are as follows: a change in the dynamic between mortals and gods, a change in the dynamic between gods themselves and a personal change within Aphrodite. In the opening, Zeus “imposes sexual domination” unto Aphrodite and this significant, because this is sure to be a change of pace for her. As the goddess of beauty, she sets the tone of the interaction because the other party is humbled to even be involved, however Zeus throughout the entirety of greek mythology is self involved and superior being which is to he is more concerned with his perception so he is doing this

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