Eros, the Greek god of love, is an important player in many myths and legends. Also known as Cupid, Eros could shoot gods or mortals with his arrows and cause them to fall in love with one another. Although he didn't have dozens of consorts, as is the case with many other gods, having a family tree on hand as you study or read can help clear up some of the confusion surrounding the family relationships of this important deity.
Interactive Family Tree of Eros
Use this interactive family tree of Eros to learn more about how he is related to the other gods and goddesses.
More About Eros' Family
Although Eros' only had one child and has a fairly simple family tree, there's much more to learn about his family. One of the following family trees can give you more details about the Greek pantheon and Eros' relationships.
Family Tree of Aphrodite
Aphrodite, Eros' mother, had a number of consorts and many children. To see Eros' many brothers and sisters, view the family tree of Aphrodite.
Family Tree of Zeus
Eros' grandfather, Zeus, had dozens of consorts and children in addition to Eros' father, Ares. To learn more about Eros' aunts and uncles, view Zeus' family tree.
Greek Gods and Goddesses Family Tree
To see how Eros fits within the Greek pantheon, view the family tree of Greek gods and goddesses. You'll see many of his aunts and uncles, as well as his parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents.
Bring Dimension to Your Studies
Understanding Eros' family relationships and his role in the Greek pantheon can bring extra dimension to your study of Greek mythology or literature. Eros, also known as Cupid, played a very important part in many of the stories and legends people still enjoy today.