Talk:Anteros

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Greek spelling[edit]

The Greek form of Anteros should probably be Ἀντέρως (with a smooth breathing).

Encyc Mythica & Theoi[edit]

I thought this site had been deemed unreliable as a source, which seems the case to me. A lot of their entries are worse than our own if not entirely made up. Is it a type of wiki? What about Theoi?YobMod 07:44, 7 July 2009 (UTC)

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  1. ^ Encyclopedia Mythica - Anteros In Greek myth, Anteros ("return- or opposite-love") is sometimes the brother of Eros, the god of love. The latter languished of loneliness until Aphrodite gave Anteros to him as a playmate: love must be answered if it is to prosper. Anteros is also the god who punishes those who scorn love or do not return love of others.