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That is MY apple Hera!
No it's not!
How did they know I'M the fairest!?
If you choose me, I will let you marry the most beautiful woman in the world!
One day, a woman named Aphrodite emerged from the sea. She was the Goddess of Love & Beauty, and a daughter of Zeus.
A woman named Eris placed a golden apple with the words, "The Fairest "on the ground where Hera, Aphrodite, and Athena would find it. They each thought they were the fairest of all.
After hours of fighting, all the girls agreed that there should be a judge to tell them who is the fairest. They chose a God named Paris. All the Goddesses said they would give him things if they chose them. Hera said she should let him become one who watches over Mount Olympus. Athena said he could become strong, powerful leader whom protects her. But he was only interested in Aphrodite's jesture. She said she would give him the most beautiful woman in the world to marry. But it couldn't be her, since she was married.
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