As Queen of the Olympians and wife of Zeus, Hera's special powers were varied and far-reaching; transmogrification, asexual reproduction, disguise, banishing mortals to Hades and the summoning of fierce and legendary cre... More »

The Greek goddess Hera lives on Mount Olympus. She is queen of the gods and is a member of the 12 most powerful gods in the pantheon. As the goddess of marriage and childbirth, she is the patroness of married women and g... More »

Some of the symbols of the Greek goddess Hera are a peacock, a cow and a pomegranate. The peacock is an ancient symbol of pride and immortality. The pomegranate is a symbol of fertility because she was the goddess of chi... More »

Zeus, Hades, Apollo, Ares and Dionysus are notable Greek gods, whereas Athena, Hestia, Hera and Aphrodite are notable Greek goddesses. Demeter, Hephaestus, Hermes, Artemis and Poseidon are also major Greek gods. More »

Hera, the goddess of marriage and childbirth, is the wife of Zeus. She is referred to as the queen of the gods and is also Zeus’ sister, being born of both the Titans Rhea and Cronus. Hera's other siblings include Demete... More »

The queen of the Greek goddesses and the wife of Zeus is Hera, who is the goddess of marriage and childbirth. Some of the other famous Greek goddesses are Aphrodite, Artemis, Athena, Demeter and Hestia. More »

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Zeus was both Hera's husband and also her brother. Due to Zeus' trickery and infidelity, the marriage between Zeus and Hera was often turbulent and chaotic. More »