What is Hephaestus' symbol?

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Hephaestus symbol includes fire, an axe, a pincers and a hammer. Hephaestus is know as ' Vulcan' in Roman mythology, and is known by all as the god of fire.
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It is a anvil, fire, or tongs.
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Hephaestus was the god of fire and the forge (a furnace in which metal is heated).
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Because when Hera threw Hephaestus off Mount Olympus, Thetis and Eurynome cared for him and hid him. Hephaestus stayed with them (and set up his forge temporarily) in the source-cave
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Symbols of Hephaestus Fire, the axe, the pincers and the hammer
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Hephaestus' symbol was not one but a combination of symbols. His symbols included Tongs, Hammer, and an Anvil. His parents were Zeus and Hera. He is the Roman equivalent of Vulcan.
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