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S: the Greek goddess: Hera

BC: This book is about the queen of the gods and goddesses.Hera is married to Zeus and is a very intelligent woman who is very pretty. Hope you have fun reading.

FC: the greekl | The Greek goddess: Hera by:Kailee Brunson

1: I dedicate this book to my mom and Mr.Fussell for both of their support -kailee

2: Origin:Greek Hera is the goddess of Marriage and love The ancient Greeks believed in Hera because they thought she was an immortal goddess who will never die. The myth that was associated with Hera: She was the queen of the gods. Another thing interesting about Hera is that She is married to Zeus but Zeus is her brother too.

3: Hera was only important because she was also the supreme goddess of the Greeks. Other than she was the top Goddess of the Greeks she was also the Goddess of the heavens.

4: Hera was the queen of the gods and heavens.

5: Hera is a very important goddess and is honored by many of the gods and goddess's. Her symbol or favorite animal is the peacock

6: Appearance: a young beautiful woman said to be the most beautiful of all even beating out Aphordite Symbol: the peackock Strengths: determined defender of the sancity of marriage. Weaknesses: determined defender of the sancity of marriage-but married to Zeus. Birthplace:island of Samos or at Argos Parents: rhea and kronos Siblings: Zeus, Hestia, Demeter, Hades, and Poseidon. Husband: Zeus Children: Ares, Hephaestus, Hebe, Eileithyia, and Typhon

7: Zeus was the brother of Hera who fell in love with him from the first moment she saw him, and eventually got a love charm from Aphrodite to seal the deal. She is very relationship-oriented and spends much time driving off Zeus's innumerable nymphs, mistresses, and other dalliances.She also sometimes tourments the offsprings but mostly Hercules. She is gorgeous and so kept Zeus busy on his honeymoon for 300 years, so she rightfully wonders why on earth he needs to go anywhere else.

8: Hera was the most powerful goddess next to Zeus. Hera is a title given to her by the Greeks it means "lady". Hera is often wearing a crown. The first encounter with her husband Zeus was in the region of " Hesperides."

9: Hera hated demigods of Zeus because that said that Zeus was cheating on her or Zeus had past wives.She hated all the demigods but mostly Hercules.

10: Zeus wanted to marry Hera but she did not want to when she realized how many wives Zeus had and because they were related so Zeus turned himself into a cuckoo and then Hera was forced to marry Zeus. The Parthenon was the biggest temple in all of Greece and that was where most of Greek Gods met.

11: In Greek mythology, the goddess Hera was queen of the gods and the wife of Zeus, the king of the Greek gods. Hera was goddess of marriage. Since Hera's husband was Zeus, king not only of gods, but of philanderers, Hera spent a lot of time in Greek mythology angry with Zeus. So Hera is described as jealous.

14: Hera was captured by Hephastus because he wanted to marry either Athena or Aphrodite and neither of them wanted to marry him so he captured her Hera and finally Aphrodite gave in.

15: The End Hera

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