t̪aːs]), meaning truth, is the goddess of truth, a daughter of Saturn (called by the Greeks Cronus, the Titan of Time, perhaps first by Plutarch) and the mother of Virtus.
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Veritas on the monument to Pope Alexander VII
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Apollo was the god of practically everything – including but not limited to music, poetry, art, prophecy, truth, archery, plague, healing, sun and light (although the god is always associated with is the sun, the original sun god was the titan Helios, but everyone has forgotten him).
In Roman mythology, Veritas, meaning truth, is the goddess of truth, a daughter of Saturn and the mother of Virtus. She is also sometimes considered the daughter of Jupiter or a creation of Prometheus. The elusive goddess is said to have been hiding at the bottom of a sacred well.
In ancient Roman religion, Sancus (also known as Sangus or Semo Sancus) was a god of fides, honesty and oaths. His cult, one of the oldest among the Romans, probably derives from Umbrian influences.
Indeed, even after revealing himself and his motives to Wonder Woman, Ares claimed to be “the god of truth, not war” (especially when he said this, while being restrained by Hestia’s lasso), and was still fairly convincing in making his points (he wasn’t really their enemy, and humanity was inherently malevolent and…
As the tutelary deity of Delphi (Apollo Pythios), Apollo is an oracle god – the prophetic deity of the Delphic oracle. Apollo is the god of help and warding off evil; various epithets call him the “defender of evil”. Delphic Apollo is the patron saint of seafarers, foreigners and the protector of fugitives and fugitives.
Diana, in the Roman religion goddess of wild animals and the hunt, identified with the Greek goddess Artemis. Her name is related to the Latin words dium (“sky”) and dius (“daylight”). Like her Greek counterpart, she was also a goddess of domestic animals.
In Greek mythology, Pistis (/ˈpɪstɪs/; Ancient Greek: Πίστις) was the embodiment of good faith, trust and reliability.
Forseti – God of justice, peace and truth.
Apollo: the Greek and Roman god of knowledge.
Astraea, Astrea or Astria (Ancient Greek: Ἀστραίᾱ, romanized: Astraíā; “Star Maiden” or “Starry Night”) is a daughter of Astraeus and Eos in ancient Greek religion. She is the virgin goddess of justice, innocence, purity and accuracy.
Hephaestus. Hephaestus is the son of Zeus and Hera. It is sometimes said that Hera brought him up alone and that he has no father. He is the only god who is physically ugly.
In ancient Athens, Eleos (ancient Greek Ἔλεος m.) or Elea was the embodiment of mercy, gentleness, compassion and compassion – the counterpart of the Roman goddess Clementia.
Combat Strength: As the god of war, Ares is an exceptionally capable warrior. He fought and defeated both Hermes and Apollo successfully in armed combat, on two separate occasions.
Given time, I’d say Athena could defeat almost any god, including Ares. That being said, Ares would easily win in a head-to-head. Athena. She is strong and smart while Ares is just strong.
When referring to the god, Aries is often written with “Ares”. The Aries zodiac sign is a combination of the two stories. Ares is a god of war in Greek mythology. He had a sister named Athena.