What were 3 things that the 3 goddesses bribe Paris with?
Each of the three goddesses offers Paris a bribe if he will name her the fairest: Hera promises to make him lord of Europe and Asia; Athena promises to make him a great military leader and let him rampage all over Greece; and Aphrodite promises that he will have for his wife the most beautiful woman in the world.
What did the goddesses bribe Paris with?
Hera and Athena did their best to bribe Paris with power and glory. Hera, the queen of the Gods, offered Paris power. She filled his head with images of thrones and conquering, and promised him that he should have all of Asia at his feet.
Why was Paris given the task of judging the three goddesses?
Paris had already judged that Ares, when disguised as a bull, was a better animal than Paris’ own bull, without knowing that the other bull was a god in disguise. Hermes, therefore, took the three goddesses to Paris for him to make a decision.
Why do you think Paris chose Aphrodite’s bribe which is Helen if you were Paris What bribe will you choose and why?
Aphrodite is the Goddess of Love and Beauty and appropriately bribes Paris with the most beautiful woman in the world. I think this bribe is interesting because Paris does not get to choose the woman; Aphrodite just knows who the most beautiful woman is. Furthermore, beauty is only one quality.
Why did Paris give the golden apple to Aphrodite?
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.
Who was the ugliest god?
Facts about Hephaestus
Hephaestus was the only ugly god among perfectly beautiful immortals. Hephaestus was born deformed and was cast out of heaven by one or both of his parents when they noticed that he was imperfect. He was the workman of the immortals: he made their dwellings, furnishings, and weapons.
How did the goddesses ask Paris to choose among them?
How did the goddesses ask Paris to choose among them? What choice did he make? They bribed him with a special gift. Hera says to she’ll give him extraordinary wealth.
What did the three goddesses argue about?
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.
What is the purpose of the Judgement of Paris?
The judgement made by Paris also ensured the eternal animosity of both Hera and Athena, and during the Trojan War which followed the abduction, both goddesses would aid the besieging Achaean force at Troy.