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Hera is the goddess of women and marriage in Greek mythology and religion. She is the daughter of the Titans Cronus and Rhea. Hera is married to her brother Zeus and is titled as the Queen of Heaven. One of her characteristics is her jealous and vengeful nature against Zeus's other lovers and offspring and against the ...

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Hera (Greek: Ἥρα) is the Greek Goddess of Marriage, Children, Familial Love, and Married Women... ... Female. Goddess of. Childbirth, Women, Home life, Royalty, Marriage and the heavens. Sacred Animals. Heifer, Peacock, Cuckoo, Lion, Panther. Symbols. Pomegranate, Diadem, Lotus-Tipped Staff. Items. Replica of ...

www.greek-gods.info/greek-gods/hera

Hera, the Goddess of Marriage. Roman name: Juno. Hera. The Family of Hera. Hera's troubled marriage with Zeus. Interesting Facts about Hera. Appearance of Hera. Symbols of Hera ...

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Goddess Symbols: Hera symbols and myths. Find the sacred goddess symbols in myths and art. The Goddess Quiz identifies your personal goddess archetype and goddess symbols.

www.pantheon.org/articles/h/hera.html

Mar 3, 1997 ... Hera was mainly worshipped as a goddess of marriage and birth. It is said that each year Hera's virginity returns by bathing in the well Canathus. T... ... The peacock (the symbol of pride; her wagon was pulled by peacocks) and the cow ( she was also known as Bopis, meaning "cow-eyed", which was later ...

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Hera Symbol Hera is symbolized with 3 symbols. The first is the cuckoo, which is a bird related to springtime. At.

greekgodsandgoddesses.net/goddesses/hera

Hera facts, information and stories from ancient Greek mythology. Learn about the Greek goddess of marriage and queen of Olympus, Hera.

www.theoi.com/Summary/Hera.html

SYMBOLS. Crown; Lotus-staff and Cuckoo. ATTRIBUTES. Lotus-staff; Crown; Cuckoo; Peacock; Pomegranate. CHARIOT. Drawn by peacocks. SACRED PLANTS / FLOWERS. Pomegranate (Greek "rhoa", "rhoie" or "side"); Willow ( Greek "itea"); Lotus / waterlily (Greek "lotos"). SACRED ANIMALS. Heifer / young cow (Greek ...

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Hera was the queen of the gods and one of the most powerful figures in Greek mythology. She represented life and marriage to the Greeks and,...