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How was Hera created?
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Why was Hera Greek goddess created?
Asked in Greek and Roman Mythologies
Did Hera go by any other names?
<<In Greece Hera was her only name. In Rome she was Juno.>> Hera had many epithets and titles, including: Queen of Heaven Queen of the Immortals Hera Aegophagus (goat-eater) Hera Akraia (of the height) Hera Alexandros (defender of men) Hera Ammo'nia Hera Antheia (flowery) Hera Aphrodite (of Aphrodite) Hera Argeia (of Argos) Hera Argoia (of the ship Argo) Hera Ataurote (unbulled, i.e., virgin) Hera Basileia (queen) Hera Boopis (cow-eyed) Hera Bounaia (from a temple set up by Bounos) Hera Chera (widow) Hera Gamelia (of marriage) Hera Heniokhe (charioteer) Hera Hippia (of the horses) Hera Hyperkheiria (she whose hand is above) Hera Imbrasia (from the river Imbrasus) Hera Krusothronos (golden-throned) Hera Kypra (of Cupra) Hera Lakinia (of Lakinios) Hera Nympheuomene (betrothed bride) Hera Olympia (of Olympia) Hera Pais (girl) Hera Parthenia (maiden) Hera Pelasgis Hera Pharygaea (of Pharygaia) Hera Prodromia (of the pioneer) Hera Samia (of Samos) Hera Sikelia (of Sicily) Hera Telchinia Hera Teleia (full-grown) Hera Zygia (yoked, i.e., married) Source: http://www.goddessaday.com/greek/hera