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Enyo (1) Greek A goddess of war, specifically known for sacking cities and towns of the enemy; daughter of Zeus and Hera; depicted as the sister, daughter, or mother of the war god Ares, often included as a companion of Ares when he went into battle.

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Enyo (1) Greek A goddess of war, specifically known for sacking cities and towns of the enemy; daughter of Zeus and Hera; depicted as the sister, daughter, or mother of the war god Ares, often included as a companion of Ares when he went into battle. Enyo was most known for her terrifying war cry and was portrayed carrying a lance and torch with which she incited troops to do battle. She was known to be the force sent to destroy cities. In Roman mythology, she took on the traits of Bellona, an ancient goddess of warfare. Enyo (2) Greek One of the three graea, who were daughters of Ceto and Phorcys; sister of Pemphrado and Dino and of the Gorgons. Between them, the three Graea shared one eye and one tooth, which they passed to each other as they needed it.

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