Tuesday 7 January 2014


1:- Enyo. In Greek mythology, Enyo was the goddess of war and destruction. Enyo was described as companion and lover of war-god Ares, and also his sister, as she was daughter of Zeus and Hera
Enyo so delighted in warfare that she even refused to take side in the battle between Zeus and the monster Typhone. Enyo inflicted terror and bloodshed in the war, along with Eris (strife), and Phobos (fear) and Deimos (terror), the two sons of Ares. 
Enyo, the goddess of war and destruction
Enyo was mother of war-god Enyalius by Ares. In some version Eris and Enyo were represented as same goddess.

2:-Enyo. In Greek mythology, Enyo was also the name of one of the Graeae. Graeae were three sisters who shared one eye and one tooth. 
Deino (dread) and Pemphredo (alarm) were sisters of Enyo (horror). The three sisters or Graeae were described as old grey-haired women and in some versions beautiful women.