What does Apollonian mean?

Apollonian, of, relating to, or resembling the god Apollo. Friedrich Nietzsche used the term in his book The Birth of Tragedy to describe one of the two opposing tendencies or elements in Greek tragedy. According to Nietzsche, the Apollonian attributes are reason, culture, harmony, and restraint.

Where are the rites of Dionysus celebrated?

Athens

What is Hestia Roman name?

Vesta

Who is the goddess of agriculture?

Demeter

Who are Heras children?

Hera's children were: Angelos, Ares, Eileithyia, Enyo, Eris, Hebe, Hephaestus, and Typhon—though Typhon is said to be the child of Gaia and...

Is Persephone the queen of the underworld?

In Greek mythology, the goddess, as wife of Hades, is the Queen of the Underworld and takes her other name, Persephone. In this guise, she was seen as a protectress in the after-life, although Hesiod repeatedly describes her as 'dread Persephone' in his Theogony.

Who is the goddess of food?

Ukemochi no Kami

Who is the Hindu god of food?

Annapurna

Who was the goddess of brides and marriage?

Hera

Is Zeus and Hera siblings?

Demeter

Who is the Hindu god of marriage?

Gauri

Did Hera and Zeus have a child?

Zeus and Hera had three children together: Ares, the god of war; Hebe, a perpetually youthful beauty; and Eileithyia, the goddess of childbirth.