Enyo

Enyo

Enyo was a goddess in Greek mythology, sister and companion of the god of war, Ares, and daughter of Zeus and Hera. She was the goddess of war and destruction; in some cases, she was closely linked to Eris, goddess of strife. The two of them, along with the sons of Ares, Phobos (fear) and Deimos (dread), spread terror during the fall of the city of Troy; the four of them were also depicted on the shield of Achilles.

See Also: Zeus, Hera, Ares

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Who was Enyo?

Enyo was a goddess in Greek mythology, sister and companion of the god of war, Ares, and daughter of Zeus and Hera. She was the goddess of war and destruction.

Who were the parents of Enyo?

The parents of Enyo were Zeus and Hera.

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