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Greek mythology:  goddess of love and beauty
  • For a child of Aphrodite, Piper tried hard to play down her beauty.
    p. 5.4
  • As a daughter of Aphrodite, Piper could tell stuff like that.
    p. 102.3
  • Maybe that was strange for a child of Aphrodite, but she'd watched her dad, the movie star, deal with fame for years.
    p. 141.0
  • She remembered when Aphrodite had claimed her at the bonfire in front of the entire camp, zapping her with a magic beauty-queen makeover.
    p. 141.1
  • Piper looked up at the clouds and wondered if her mother, Aphrodite, was somehow influencing him.
    p. 152.8
  • "Aphrodite," she said.
    p. 232.0
  • "I'm so glad you're here," Aphrodite said.
    p. 232.2
  • Aphrodite knew how to do tea.
    p. 232.3
  • She led them to the central pavilion in the gardens—a white-pillared gazebo, where a table was set with silverware, china cups, and of course a steaming pot of tea, the fragrance shifting as easily as Aphrodite's appearance—sometimes cinnamon, or jasmine, or mint.
    p. 232.5
  • Aphrodite sat—or held court, rather—in a wicker peacock chair.
    p. 232.7
  • Venus or Aphrodite?
    p. 233.1
  • "Fine," Aphrodite sighed.
    p. 233.5
  • To answer your question, Annabeth, I am both Aphrodite and Venus.
    p. 233.6
  • And of all the gods who might help them, the only ones not affected by the Greek–Roman schism seemed to be Aphrodite, Nemesis, and Dionysus.
    p. 233.9
  • Aphrodite folded her fan.
    p. 234.1
  • Aphrodite said.
    p. 235.4
  • Aphrodite continued.
    p. 235.8
  • Aphrodite fixed her gaze on Annabeth.
    p. 236.2
  • Aphrodite smiled.
    p. 237.1
  • Aphrodite offered.
    p. 237.4
  • Aphrodite looked politely bored.
    p. 237.6
  • Aphrodite spread butter on a muffin as if she had all the time in the world.
    p. 238.7
  • Aphrodite had asked.
    p. 252.3
  • Had Aphrodite encouraged or discouraged her to like Jason?
    p. 315.5
  • Aphrodite had paid so much attention to Annabeth and Hazel, it had made Piper uneasy.
    p. 315.7
  • Or as Aphrodite would say, twists and turns.
    p. 315.8
  • Aphrodite had barely looked at her.
    p. 315.9
  • It was almost as if Aphrodite no longer found Piper interesting.
    p. 316.0
  • Now it was up to her to make things work, and Aphrodite had moved on to newer gossip as easily as she might toss out an old copy of a tabloid magazine.
    p. 316.1
  • All of you are such excellent stories, Aphrodite had said.
    p. 316.2
  • She was supposed to be an expert, being the head counselor for Aphrodite cabin.
    p. 316.4
  • Maybe Aphrodite?
    p. 328.6
  • She was a child of Aphrodite.
    p. 345.6
  • Aphrodite had mentioned him during their teatime chat in Charleston.
    p. 413.8
  • They got along well with the children of Aphrodite.
    p. 484.8

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