Hestia

Roman Name: Vesta

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Hestia is the goddess of the domestic affairs, home, and sacrificial flame.

Hestia's personality.

Hestia was light-hearted, non-judgmental, and also very forgiving.

Hestia's family.

She had five siblings Zeus, Hades, Poseidon, Demeter, and Hera. She never gained a spouse. She is the eldest daughter of Cronus and Rhea. Also never had kids.

Here are some interesting facts about Hestia.

She swore herself to eternal virginity and never left the home. When the second generation of gods came around she gave her seat in Olympus to Dionysus. She also placed sanctuaries in every place to protect people who need her help.

Hestia's Strengths and Weakness.

Hestia's strengths were that she was always calm and gentle. She also was always supportive of her family. Her weaknesses were that she was too trusting and too nice.

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