Graeae in Greek Mythology- the Ancient Greek Enyo
Enyo, the monstrous goddess of war
Last Update: 02 May 2021
Enyo was a monstrous goddess of war
Enyo was a shocking, warlike goddess and the counterpart and consort of Greek god Ares
. She was either the mother or sister of Ares.
Enyo's name is derived from the ancient Greek word "enyos", which means "terror" in ancient Greek.
She was often described as the "corrupter of cities" and usually she was covered in blood and wore a saffron robe.
The Latin equivalent of Enyo was the goddess Bellona.
Famous Graeae in Greek Mythology