How many step children that were gods that Hera Had?
As far as I know, there were 4. They are Dionysus, Heracles (Hercules), Apollo, and Artemis.
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Hera definitely had three kids with Zeus: Ares (Mars) (war god), Hebe (Juventas) (goddess of youth), and Eileithyia (Lucina) (goddess of birth-pain). According to different myths Hera had Hephaestus (god of the forge) by herself, or with Zeus.
The legitimate offspring of HERA's union with Zeus are Ares (thegod of war), Hebe (the goddess of youth),Eris (the goddess ofdiscord) and Eileithyia (goddess of childbirth). Hera was jealousof Zeus' giving birth to Athena without recourse to her (actuallywith Metis), so she gave birth to Hephaestus …without him. Howeversince he was so ugly, she threw him to the sea where the baby wasrescued by sea nymphs. (MORE)
Hera is the goddess of marriage as well as queen of the gods and Zeus' wife
Hera was the goddess of marriage and she was he wife of Zeus making her the queen of the heavens.
Hera was the Greek goddess of women and marriage. She was the queen of the gods.
She is the Queen of the Gods, married to Zeus, said to be the goddess of marriage . This is kind of ironic because Zeus always cheats on her. :) Hope this helps :)
Hera wasn't the god of anything. She was a goddess, and was the goddess of marriage.
she was known as the mother of god and had her briths at home and married her brother
she is wife to Zeus making her Queen of greek goddess, gods, half gods, demi gods, nymphs, people, etc.
No, Hera is the goddess of women and marriage, the child is protected by Artemis or Apollo during birth, the mother is protected by Hera.
well the titan kronos had zues poseidon and hades, then they had all the other gods in different ways. such as Athena (the god of wisdom) was born out of zues' cracked skull. not to worry about zues though gods are immortal they cannot die no matter what so he came back alive somewhere down the line…. most likely a few months later... it all depends on how drastically he was killed. (MORE)
Modern interpreatations of Greek mythology suggest that Hera had 6 children: Ares, Enyo, Hebe, Eileithyia, Hephaestus and Eris. However, historical writings also show an "Eris" who was the daughter of the primordial goddess of night, Nyx, and some connect Eris and Enyo as different personifications… of the same goddess. . Ares . Eileithyia . Eris . Hebe . Hephaestus . Angelos (MORE)
Arguably Yes . After the Titans rose against the old gods and killed them, Zeus "locked them up" and become the Ruler of the Gods with Hera, his wife, at his side. As to "Queen" being the right word I am not sure, but wife of the ruler she was.
Hepheastus and Ares are the more known children that she had but she also had: Eris, Hebe, Eileithyia,
Her husband was Zeus, the most important of the Olympian gods. Well, technically Zeus was the king of the Gods, . Not necessarily making him the most important.
Athena probably felt happy about the way she acted because she wanted love and marriage and Athena wanted peace love and kindness so basically they are the same things.
She didnt. She had kids with Zeus. She was the goddess of marriage and did not believe in cheating
The goddess Hera is mainly the goddess of family life and wives. She is married to Zeus, God of Olympus, and most of the gods and goddesses are realted to him (not necessarily hers). Hera is also the goddess of marriages.
Juno is the Roman equivalent to Hera. . juno is another word for Hera there the same thing
Hera is the god of a peaceful family realtion ship. Her little brother/husband Zuse is the King of the Gods.
The number is usually two; ArÄs and HÄbÄ, but HÄphaÃstos and EileÃtuia are also mentioned sometimes. Sources vary though and sometimes one or more of these are mentioned as being the child of HÄra alone, especially in the case of HÄphaÃstos.
As Hera is the queen of the gods, it is assumed that most Greek people believed that she was the queen of the gods. She is married to Zeus, who is the king of the gods.
Hera is a goddess. She is also Zeus's wife, and the goddess of marriage and women.
15 can be considered godly... Names: Persephone, Apollo, Artemis, Hebe, Hephaestus, Ares, Enyo, Eileithyia, Dione, Muses, Epaphus, Heracles, Dionysus, Hermes, Aphrodite
Hera, the Greek goddess, did not die. She was immortal like all of the other gods and goddesses.
She was one of the children of the Titans and brother of Zeus. She then married Zeus and became a god.
As Zeus' wife and queen of the gods, she is fairly important. However, very few of her actions are extremely significant. She is mostly known for punishing the women she suspects of being Zeus' consorts (ex. Echo) and for making trouble for Zeus' illegitimate children by his mistresses. She took the… side of the Greeks in the Trojan War (along with Athena and several other gods) and is the mother of Hephaestus. For her divine roles, she is the goddess of marriage and women. I would personally rank her 6 out of 10. She's important and appears often, but she's almost always one of the background characters. However, she is in the main pantheon with her siblings. (MORE)
she was jealous because zues had affairs with other women even though he was married to hera. Or, to be more specific, Hera was the goddess of marriage. So, naturally, she never had affairs with any other men. However, her husband, Zeus, had many affairs with other women, and had children with the…m. That's why Hera was known as a jealous goddess. (MORE)
Hera was a goddess: the great Olympian queen of the gods and the goddess of women and marriage. She was also a goddess of the sky and starry heavens.
Hera isn't one age. She can make herself look any age she wants. But honestly REALLY OLD. There is no known date for Hera's birth so there is no way to know.
He had four step-children by two wives. His second wife Ria Langham had a daughter and son by previous marriages and his fifth wife Kay Williams had a son and daughter by her previous marriage.
She had two children with Zeus, but then had two others with a different god.
Hephaestus is the Greek god of fire and son of Zeus and Hera. He is also associated with technology and blacksmithing.
Hera is the daughter of siblings Rhea and Cronus, who were the son and daughter of Gaia (Earth) and Ouranus (Sky). Hera's siblings include her sisters Demeter and Hestia, and brothers Hades, Poseidon and Zeus. Her children are Ares and Enyo and Hebe and Eileithyia and Hephaestus.
They together had six. . Ares . Enyo . Hebe . Eileithyia . Hephaestus . Eris
Well it depends, are you only interested in Greek history or world-wide mythology. In Greece, there is Artemis, goddess of the hunt, Ios, goddess of poison, Aphrodite, goddess of love, Minerva, goddess of war.
There are suspected children with Dionysus, namely : Pasithea, and other Charities/Graces. Also her children Ares and Hephaestus and Typhon are known for being "born without father" (Zeus).
Athena had no kids. She did care for one as if it was her own. But she was a virgian goddess. The goddess of wisdom
Hera was the goddess of marriage and family. She was Daughter of Titans Kronos and Rhea. She Married her brother Zeus, and they had 4 children including Ares and Hephaestus. Her sacred animal is the Peacock.
Like the other original 6 Greek Gods (Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, and Demeter), Hera was born a god from their Titan parents, Rhea and Cronus.
The Greek goddess Hera is the goddess of marriage, childhood, birth, and is the queen of the gods. She is married to Zeus, the king of the gods. Her siblings include Zeus, Hestia, Demeter, Hades, and Poseidon. Her symbol is the peacock. Hera is said to appear as a gorgeous young lady. Her son with Z…eus is Hephaestus, god of the blacksmiths. Hera's Roman equivalent is Juno. Hera was born to the Titans Rhea and Kronos. I hope this answer was helpful. (MORE)
Hera was a daughter of Cronus and Rhea (titans) which makes her a goddess by default.
yes they are just two different forms roman and greek the roman form is more viloent
Hera is the daughter of Kronos and Rhea; the sister of Zeus, Hades, Poseidon, Hestia, and Demeter. Mother of Ares, Eris, Hebe, Hephaestus, Typhon, and Eileithyia; the Charities were called her daughters and handmaidens.
Hera was one of the six original gods and goddesses, the children of the Titans King Cronos and Queen Rhea. Gaea[Mother Earth] and Ouranus[Father Heaven] are the grandparents of Hera. Gaea and Ouranus gave birth to the titans including Cronos and Rhea. Her siblings were Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Demete…r, and Hestia. She was also Zeus' husband (the gods seemed to have a thing for marrying siblings, esp. Zeus). The rest of the Gods are the 6 original Gods/Goddesses descendants. So in sense, Hera is related to ALL of the Gods by blood. There are 13 main God's, This list provides their responsibilities and their relations to Hera: Zeus: Lord of Sky [Hera's husband] Hera: Protector of Marriage, Protector of Heroes Poseidon: Ruler of Sea [Hera's Brother] Hades: Ruler of Underworld; God of Wealth, God of Dead [Hera's Brother] Hestia: Goddess of the Hearth, [Hera's Sister] Demeter: Goddess of Agriculture and Harvest, [Hera's Sister] Pallas Athena: Goddess of City, Battle goddess, Protector of Civilized Life, Protector of handicrafts, Protector of agriculture [Daughter of Zeus(From Head) so Hera's adopted daughter or niece] Phoebus Apollo: Master Musician, Lord of Silver Bow, Archer God, Far-Shooter, The Healer, God of Light, God of Truth [Son of Zeus and Leto, Artemis's Twin Brother, Hera's nephew] Artemis: Lady of Wild Things, Huntsman-in-Chief, Protector of Dewy Youth, 'Moon', Refered to as Hecate: 3 forms - Selene in Sky. Artemis on Earth. Hecate in lower world. Hecate: Goddess of the Dark Moon, Deeds of Darkness, Goddess of the Crossways. [Daughter of Zeus and Leto, Apollo's Twin sister, Hera's niece] Aphrodite: Goddess of Love and Beauty, [Daughter of Zeus and Dione; Later said to have sprung from sea, Hera's niece] Hermes: Messenger God, Master Thief, God of Commerce and Market, Protector of Traders, [Son of Zeus and Maia, Hera's nephew] Ares: God of War, [Hera's son] Hephaestus: God of Fire, Worker of the Immortals - Their Armorer and Smith, God of Ceremony, Protector of Smiths [Son of Hera] (MORE)
Hera, also known as the Queen of the Gods, was Zeus' wife. as a Goddess she was the ruler of Women and Marraige. The cow and the peacock where 2 animals that where sacred to her. Her symbols as a goddess are either a pomegranite, a peacock feather and a diadem. she is also well know for messing up t…he other gods lives or at least trying to (MORE)
Hera is the Olympian queen of the gods and the goddess of women and marriage. She was also a goddess of the sky and starry heavens.
Hera simply is a goddess born by Rhea and Cronos, worshiped and revered by ancinet Greeks and some modern Hellenistic people.
She actually was born a Greek god and the rest of all of the GreekGods.
she was the queen of all gods wife and sister of Zeus and known tobe the goddess marriage and birth.