In Norse mythology, Iðunn (Old Norse: [ˈiðonː]) is a goddess associated with apples, youth, and spring. Iðunn is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson.
The apple was supposed to go out to the "Calliste" - that mean the fairest one. Three goddesses claimed the beautiful golden apple: Hera, the goddess of Marriage, Athena, the goddess of Wisdom and Aphrodite, the beautiful goddess of Love, who was born in Cyprus.
Hesperides, (Greek: “Daughters of Evening”) singular Hesperis, in Greek mythology, clear-voiced maidens who guarded the tree bearing golden apples that Gaea gave to Hera at her marriage to Zeus.
The Golden Apple of Discord was created by Eris, the Goddess of Discord. Zeus had thrown a wedding on Mount Olympus for Thetis the sea nymph and mortal Peleus. After Eris found out that she was not invited, she crashed the wedding and threw the apple inscribed with the word "kallisti" or "for the fairest".
Idun, also spelled Idunn, or Iduna, in Norse mythology, the goddess of spring or rejuvenation and the wife of Bragi, the god of poetry. She was the keeper of the magic apples of immortality, which the gods must eat to preserve their youth.
Freyja, (Old Norse: “Lady”), most renowned of the Norse goddesses, who was the sister and female counterpart of Freyr and was in charge of love, fertility, battle, and death. Her father was Njörd, the sea god. Pigs were sacred to her, and she rode a boar with golden bristles.
in Norse mythology, the wife of the thunder god, Thor. Sif was a giantess, goddess of grain and fertility, and one of the Asynjur. She was the mother of Ull, god of archery, skiing, and single combat.
Hephaestus. Hephaestus is the son of Zeus and Hera. Sometimes it is said that Hera alone produced him and that he has no father. He is the only god to be physically ugly.
Eris, a genus of spiders, is named after her. In many Greek myths, Eris was the daughter of Zeus and Hera. Eris is frequently associated with Enyo, twin sister to Ares.
Eris ("Strife") was Typhon's escort in the mellay, Nike ("Victory") led Zeus into battle. Another story of Eris includes Hera, and the love of Polytekhnos and Aedon. They claimed to love each other more than Hera and Zeus were in love. This angered Hera, so she sent Eris to wreak discord upon them.
In Greek mythology, the vengeful goddess Eris chose an apple from the garden of the Hesperides (depicted in the painting by J. M. W. Turner, right) and tossed it onto the table at a banquet of the gods.
Nyx, in Greek mythology, female personification of night but also a great cosmogonical figure, feared even by Zeus, the king of the gods, as related in Homer's Iliad, Book XIV.
In Greek mythology, the apple appears repeatedly; Hera received an apple as a symbol of fertility upon her engagement to Zeus. The apple of the Garden of Eden, is the symbol of temptation and of original sin.
Paris handed the golden apple to the goddess Aphrodite because she promised him, in exchange, the love of the most beautiful woman in the world.
Immediately, three goddesses sought to claim the apple: the goddess of marriage and family, Hera; the goddess of wisdom and justice, Athena; and the goddess of beauty and love, Aphrodite. They began to argue about who was the fairest and most worthy to own the apple.
Hera promised him power if he picked her, Athena promised him wealth, and Aphrodite promised him the most beautiful woman alive. He chose Aphrodite to receive the apple and she told him that Helen of Sparta would be his wife.
Eris, the goddess of discord, or Enyo, the goddess of war, bloodshed, and violence, was considered the sister and companion of the violent Ares. In at least one tradition, Enyalius, rather than another name for Ares, was his son by Enyo.
Eris powers dangerously lie within her ability to cause rivalry among groups of individual and induce all forms of chaos and hatred. Aggressiokinesis: Eris can cause the anger flowing in a person to be brought forth. Even among the calmest can not resist and let loose every ounce of anger.
When she begged Zeus to only punish her and spare Persephone, Eris mockingly states she wished for a mother who loved her as much as Demeter loved Persephone. Eris then demands Demeter tell the story of Persephone's birth and the blessings she received from the Goddesses.
Sterculius is the god in question. He's Roman, not Greek. And “feces” is kind of stretching a point. He was the god, actually, of manure.
Aphrodite was the most beautiful of all the Goddesses and there are many tales of how she could encourage both Gods and humans to fall in love with her.
Saturn, one of the Titans who once ruled earth in Roman mythology, devours the infant child he holds in his arm. According to a prophecy, Saturn would be overthrown by one of his sons. In response, he ate his sons as soon as they were born. But the mother of his children, Rhea, hid one child, Zeus.
Loki is married to Sigyn and they have a son, Narfi and/or Nari. By the jötunn Angrboða, Loki is the father of Hel, the wolf Fenrir, and the world serpent Jörmungandr. Loki, in the form of a mare, was impregnated by the stallion Svaðilfari and gave birth to the eight-legged horse Sleipnir.
Within the context of the stories, Freya is the Asgardian goddess of fertility. She appears as a supporting character of Thor.
Hela Odinsdottir was the ruler of Hel, the daughter of Odin Borson, the older half-sister of Thor Odinson and the adoptive older sister of Loki Laufeyson.