Roman Name: Juno

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Job Description

Hera is known for being queen of marriage and birth,also known to turn her anger on mortals because Paris chosen Aphrodite over Hera as the most beautiful goddess at the marriage of the sea-nymph Thetis to a mortal called Peleus. She is also the protector of women. They honor her her amazing capacity to nurture the world and her responsibility for every aspect of existence including seasons and weather.


Wife of Zeus

Zeus' only Nightmare

just as powerful as Zeus


Temper Issues (Zeus x 100)


Vanity and jealousy

Hera's Character Traits

Hera's Appearances

Hera means "lady" she's stunning and beautiful. Hera was considered more beautiful than other women. she took great pride in her looks, everything she had were pure gold.Hera was serious about her looks and no one would be more desirable.

Hera's Personality

She's very passionate about family and monogamy.She shows a lot of compassion and motherly instincts but on her other side she's jealous, vicious toward her wrongdoers. she was always feared and respected too.

Hera's Special Abilities

Hera has the power of prophecy, the power to move through the air and the power to change shapes. She can change the of a marriage and what happens to the spouse and how the women's birth is gonna be rather the husband is faithful.

Symbols Of Hera

A symbol that Hera has are The Cuckoo,It symbolized Zeus' love for her because was disguised in a cuckoo when he conquered her. Another symbol is a pomegranate, it symbolize fertility cause of Hera's goddess patron of childbirth.
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Facts About Hera

She was wife and sister of zeus.

She was protector of women, presiding over marriages and births.

The Titans Ocean and Tethys brought her up.

Hera's family Tree

She's the wife of Zeus

Hera has 3 children, Hebe the daughter and the two sons named Hephaestus and Ares.

Hera's the daughter of the Titans Cronus and Rhea.

She's the sister of Zeus, Hades, Poseidon, Hesta, and Demeter.

Three More Facts About Hera

Hera had few redeeming qualities. She never forgot an injury.

The peacock was sacred to her.

Hera turned Callisto into a bear cause zeus fell in love with her.

Works Cited

"Temple, Teri, and Robert Squier. Hera: Queen of the Gods, Goddess of Marriage. Mankato, MN: Child's World, 2013. Print".

"Hera • Facts and Information on Greek Goddess Hera."Greek Gods & Goddesses. Web. 28 Jan. 2016

"Hera • Facts and Information on Greek Goddess Hera." Greek Gods & Goddesses. Web. 28 Jan. 2016.