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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hera

So Hera goes to Cronus and he gives her two eggs smeared with his own semen, telling her to bury them, and that from them would be born one who would overthrow Zeus. Hera, angry at Zeus, buries the eggs in Cilicia "under Arimon", but when Typhon is born, Hera, now reconciled with Zeus, informs him.

greekgodsandgoddesses.net/goddesses/hera

Greek Goddess of Marriage and Queen of Olympus. Hera is the Queen of the Gods and is the wife and sister of Zeus in the Olympian pantheon. She is known for being the Goddess of Marriage & Birth. Despite being the Goddess of Marriage, she was known to be jealous and vengeful towards the many lovers and offspring of her husband Zeus.

www.ancient.eu/Hera

Hera (Roman name: Juno), wife of Zeus and queen of the ancient Greek gods, represented the ideal woman and was goddess of marriage and the family. However, she was perhaps most famous for her jealous and vengeful nature, principally aimed against the lovers of her husband and their illegitimate offspring.

www.theoi.com/Olympios/HeraMyths.html

Hera was the Olympian queen of the gods, and the goddess of marriage, women and the sky. This page describes Hera in the saga of the gods, including her birth and fostering, marriage to Zeus, rebellions against her husband, her role in the War of the Giants, the casting of her son Hephaestus from heaven, and the aid she provided the Argonauts and the Greek heroes of the Trojan War.

www.tripsavvy.com/facts-about-greek-goddess-hera-1524425

The temple of Hera in Olympia, Greece is the famous site of the original Olympic flame and a popular site to see when traveling to Greece. The temple was built around 600 BC and is considered the oldest preserved structure in Olympia, as well as one of the oldest temples still standing in the country.

www.answers.com/Q/Where_was_Hera_born

Hera was born of the Titans Cronus and Rhea but was swallowed by her father after birth due to a prophecy that one of his children would take over the throne. The mythologies do not associate a ...

www.greek-gods.org/olympian-gods/hera.php

Hera was the daughter of Cronus and Rhea. The last born female goddess had two sisters and three brothers. Hera married her brother Zeus in order to cover her shame of being taken forcefully. It all started, when Zeus fell in love with her and courted her unsuccessfully. He then exploited her empathy towards other beings.

www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_greece/hera.php

After being born, Hera was swallowed by her father Cronus because he was scared that his children would someday overthrow him. Hera was eventually saved by her younger brother Zeus. Queen of Mount Olympus Hera was courted by her brother Zeus who was the leader of the gods on Mount Olympus.

www.starsandseas.com/SAS_Mythology/hera.htm

Hera is the goddess of marriage in Greek mythology. She is the sister and wife of Zeus. She was born to Cronus and Rhea but then swallowed by Cronus because he believed that one of his children would over throw him just as he over threw his father.

en.battlestarwikiclone.org/wiki/Hera_Agathon

Hera Agathon is the first successful Human/Cylon hybrid, the culmination of the Cylons' experiments to achieve viable procreation. Being the only known successful progeny of a humanoid Cylon; the Cylons literally consider her a "miracle from God".