In classical mythology, Cupid (Latin Cupido, meaning "desire") is the god of
desire, erotic love, ... Cupids are a frequent motif of both Roman art and later
Western art of the ..... After...
Feb 12, 2014 ... In another allegory, Cupid's mother, Venus (Aphrodite), became so jealous of the
beautiful mortal Psyche that she told her son to induce ...
In Roman mythology, Cupid's mother was Venus, the goddess of love and beauty
. Venus and Cupid (from the Latin cupido, meaning “desire” or “lust”) were ...
To the Roman's he was Cupid, and his mother was Venus. ... love signs, and love
is most frequently depicted by two hearts pierced by an arrow, Cupid's arrow.
Cupid sneaks into Psyche's bedroom to do his mother's bidding, but, when he
sees ... that she must prove herself worthy to be Cupid's wife by completing a task
Aphrodite, Goddess of LoveVenus, goddess of love. He carried out her work,
shooting humans and gods with swan feathered arrows, to make them love each
Unlike the rest of the pagan gods, Cupid's iconography in the Renaissance was
... but on crying to his mother Cupid is told that such stings are far less painful ...
His mother was Venus, the daughter of Jupiter and Dione and the wife of Vulcan,
although the ... Anyone hit by one of Cupid's arrow did not die but fell in love.
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Feb 3, 2015 ... However, there are some tales that state Cupid's father is Mars (the god of War).
Thus, Cupid's parents would have been love and war.
Just like his mother, Cupid, being a god of love, also fell in love himself. There
are many versions of Cupid's love story, but the point remains the same: That