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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hestia

In Ancient Greek religion, Hestia is a virgin goddess of the hearth, architecture, and the right ... The accidental or negligent extinction of a domestic hearth-fire represented a .... Its history and symbolism are discussed in Friedlander (1945).

greekgodsandgoddesses.net/goddesses/hestia

As the goddess of the hearth she personified the fire burning in the hearth of every home in Greece. Hestia receiving the first offering at every sacrifice in the ...

greekmythology.wikia.com/wiki/Hestia

Hestia (Ancient Greek: Ἑστία, hearth or fireside) was the Greek goddess that ... Symbols: Donkey, crane, fire and flames, and a pig. Roman Name: Vesta. Title:.

www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_greece/hestia.php

Kids learn about the goddess Hestia of Greek Mythology including her symbols, special powers, hearth, fire, cult of Hestia, home, and fun facts.

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Hestia Symbol: Hearth and it's fire Consort: none Siblings: Hades, Demeter, ... For these reasons, Dryads and the Greek gods punished any mortals who harmed ...

www.gods-and-monsters.com/greek-mythology-hestia.html

In Greek mythology Hestia was known as the Goddess of the Hearth. In modern language, that might sound like the same thing as "goddess of the fireplace" or ...

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Myths and symbols of the goddess Hestia and other Greek goddesses. ... Hestia, Greek Goddess of the sacred fire, was once known as "Chief of the Goddesses" ...

www.talesbeyondbelief.com/roman-gods/vesta.htm

The Greek counterpart of this ancient Roman deity was Hestia. ... Vesta was the Roman goddess of fire, the hearth, the home and the Roman state. ... Symbols: The sacred eternal flame, a modest head-veil befitting her virgin state and a a ...

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Start studying Greek Gods And Goddesses: Names, Symbols, and Realms. ... Symbols: Hearth, fire and home. Realms: goddess of home and hearth. Ares.

www.ancient.eu/Vesta

Vesta was the goddess of the hearth, the home, and domestic life in the Roman religion (idenitified with the Greek goddess Hestia). ... The hearth fire in the home of the ancient Romans was not only essential for cooking food and ... She is also frequently depicted holding a kettle (a symbol of the hearth) and also cut flowers  ...