Meaning: (Greek mythology) Greek god of war; son of Zeus and Hera; identified with Roman Mars
It seemed that there were graves all over the field of Ares.
Thus a cup (B) is in relation to Dionysus (A) what a shield (D) is to Ares (C).
Then they marched to the field of Ares, where the king and the Colchian people were.
By the time that a third of the day was finished the field of Ares had been plowed and sown.
or that other tale of how Hephaestus, because of similar goings on, cast a chain around Ares and Aphrodite?
Then with the spear and shield in his hands, with his sword girt across his shoulders, and with his mantle stripped off, Jason looked across the field of Ares.
"The Golden Fleece," she said, "the time has come when you must pluck the Golden Fleece off the oak in the grove of Ares." When she said these words all Jason's being became taut like the string of a bow.
In the assembly place, with his son Apsyrtus beside him, and with the furious Colchians all around him, the king stood: on his breast was the gleaming corselet that Ares had given him, and on his head was that golden helmet with its four plumes that made him look as if he were truly the son of Helios, the Sun.