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A. Eros and Aphrodite
B. Aphrodite and Eros
C. Cupid and Venus
D. Venus and Cupid

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Asked by Cripstwick, Last updated: Feb 20, 2020

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lovemebaby

Lovemebaby

Answered Dec 14, 2019

Eros and Aphrodite.

 

Matz Lewis Clark

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Matz Lewis Clark, College student, Graduation, Orlando

Answered May 30, 2019

A is the answer to this question. It should be remembered that the question was phrased, “Who is the Greek GOD and GODDESS.” This means that the answer should first come with the name of the god, followed by the goddess. A and B have the same solutions, and C and D have the same solutions, but the names are placed differently.

A is the option that listed Eros first then Aphrodite. Eros is the god of love, while Aphrodite is the goddess of beauty. Some people may be more familiar with the Roman gods and goddesses, but it can always be fun to compare the differences between Greek and Roman gods. Aside from their names, there may be other slight differences too.

 

Larry Thornton

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Larry Thornton, Student, MBA, Los Angles

Answered Apr 19, 2019

A lot of people would probably answer letter D because this is what they are more familiar with. The clue here is the word Greek. You need to answer who the Greek god and goddess of love is. The answer to this is letter A. Eros and Aphrodite are the god and goddess of love respectively. Take note that this question is a bit tricky.

The choices are almost the same. You just need to pick the one that will have the proper positioning for god and goddess of love. There is a need to mention the god of love first which is Eros and the goddess of love is Aphrodite. Greek Mythology has inspired and made people curious for years. Learning more about the stories of Eros and Aphrodite can be fun for you.

 

Cripstwick

Cripstwick

Answered Jul 27, 2018

Eros and Aphrodite
 

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