Deimos

Deimos

Deimos was a god in Greek mythology, personification of terror (his name meant "dread"). He was the son of gods Ares and Aphrodite, and had a twin brother, Phobos ("fear"). He did not appear in any stories in Greek mythology, but he was a mere representation of the terror that is brought upon humans by war.

See Also: Ares, Aphrodite

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Who was Deimos?

Deimos was a god in Greek mythology, personification of terror (his name meant "dread"). He was the son of gods Ares and Aphrodite, and had a twin brother, Phobos ("fear").

Who were the parents of Deimos?

The parents of Deimos were Aris and Aphrodite.

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