Cupid is often illustrated on Valentine's Day cards as a naked cherub shooting arrows of love at unsuspecting lovers. But the Roman God Cupid has his roots in Greek mythology as the Greek god of love, Eros.
According to the archaic Greek poets, Eros was a beautiful immortal who played with the emotions of gods and men, using golden arrows to encourage love and lead arrows to sow loathing.
However, in the Hellenistic period, he began to be depicted as the naughty, chubby child he became on Valentine's Day cards.
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