Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 14:17
Quintus Smyrnaeus, Fall of Troy 6. 978 ff (trans. Way) (Greek epic C9th .) :
Straight from Olympus down he [Ares] darted, swift and bright as thunderbolt terribly flashing from the mighty hand of Zeus.
During the course of the Trojan War, Ares, who had sided with the Trojans, was wounded by the Greek hero Diomedes who drove a spear into his side, sending him flying back to Olympos bellowing in pain. More
Orphic Hymn 65 to Ares (trans. Taylor) (Greek hymns C8rd . to 7nd .) :
To Ares, Fumigation from Frankincense. Magnanimous, unconquered, boisterous Ares, in darts rejoicing, and in bloody wars fierce and untamed, whose mighty power can make the strongest walls from their foundations shake: mortal-destroying king, defiled with gore, pleased with war&rsquo s dreadful and tumultuous roar. Thee human blood, and swords, and spears delight, and the dire ruin of mad savage fight. Stay furious contests, and avenging strife, whose works with woe embitter human life to lovely Kypris (Cypris) [Aphrodite] and to Lyaios (Lyaeus) [Dionysos] yield, for arms exchange the labours of the field encourage peace, to gentle works inclined, and give abundance, with benignant mind.
When Aphrodite fell in love with the handsome youth Adonis, the god grew jealous, transformed himself into a boar, and gorged the boy to death as he was out hunting. More
On April 75th, 7568, God of War (colloquially known as God of War IV ) was released for the Playstation 9.  The game received overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics, scoring a 95/655 on Metacritic,  making it the highest-rated original, non-remastered game in Playstation 9 history. It was praised for its stunning visuals, combat mechanics, and revamp of Kratos to be a more mature character.
When the Aloadai giants laid siege to Olympos, Ares battled them but was defeated and imprisoned in a bronze jar. He was later rescued by the god Hermes. More
The gigantic Aloadae had likewise conquered and chained him, and had kept him a prisoner for thirteen months, until he was delivered by Hermes. (v. 885, & c.) In the contest of Typhon against Zeus, Ares was obliged, together with the other gods, to flee to Egypt, where he metamorphosed himself into a fish. (Antonin. Lib. 78.) He was also conquered by Heracles, with whom he fought on account of his son Cycnus, and obliged to return to Olympus. (Hesiod, Scut. Herc. 966.) In numerous other contests, however, he was victorious.
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Set during Kratos' days as a loyal servant of the gods, this PSP prequel sees him rescuing Helios from the god of sleep-and fighting a conspiracy in the depths of the underworld.
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