The first male child in the Froder family began dating one of the Pushkin girls, intending to marry her one day. .
But then the eldest Shezan girl caught Gilad's eye. He was lured in by her exotic beauty, plus his parents preferred her family's status to the Pushkins'.
The Pushkin girl was deeply in love with Gilad Froder but as time passed on she began to realize they were growing apart. Eventually she became pregnant with his daughter, Dahlia but at that point she had been reduced to Gilad's mistress.
She eventually got over him and became his brother, Abraham Froder's 2nd wife and step-mother to Abraham's children. By this point, her daughter Dahlia was already grown, married off to a Doli boy.
Gilad married his Shezan beauty and began their family. Gilad's twin boys, Claudius and Meroneus were the first children in generation 3 and Claudius would grow to be the first Roman Emperor because of his father's wealth.
But Gilad died at an early age, leaving his wife with her three sons, the third being Felix. Eventually she moved in with her sister, Harja whom was also a single mother. Except Harja had many lovers, including Gilad when he was still alive.
Harja's firstborn daughter, Julia was fathered by Gilad. Her second daughter, Diana was fathered by one of Gilad Froder's brothers.
There were many extra girls in the third generation and along with two of her other sisters, Harja had lived as the village Harem. Harja, however continued her active love life into her older years, even after starting her family.
She had thrown herself at her sister's husband Gilad.
She seduced the God Zeus himself!
And she romanced Hades for years to come. Her nephews, Claudius and Meroneus had seen her kissing Hades once and were furious with her for a long time, never fully forgiving her.
Harja and her sister's household had a terrible fire which took her sister's life.
At the time, her sister had been pregnant with Hades' child
In Harja's later years she did not, however want to get into relationships with all the young men she encountered. Most of her lovers came from the upper class or the Gods with only a few exceptions.
Harja's nephews were angry at her for a long time for being romantically involved with Hades and when they were older they ridiculed her and tried to humiliate her in public. Felix did not feel as strongly as Meroneus did, but went along with his brother's plans.
Harja was only able to fight back some of the time, for Meroneus was becoming a powerful & influential Roman general. She feared that he would take advantage of her at times.
Harja continued seeing Hades and became pregnant with his child well after her two daughters were grown.