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Hera. By: Yitzhak Geiser , Andrew Truitt, Danielle Felker , & Marissa Mustafa. Curtsey of Google images. Names. Greek name: Hera Roman name: Juno . Dominion. Marriage Birth Women. Symbols:. Crow Pomegranate (symbol of marriage) Peacock Cow. Parents. Father: Coronas

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  1. Hera By: Yitzhak Geiser, Andrew Truitt, Danielle Felker, & Marissa Mustafa Curtsey of Google images

  2. Names • Greek name: Hera • Roman name: Juno

  3. Dominion • Marriage • Birth • Women

  4. Symbols: • Crow • Pomegranate (symbol of marriage) • Peacock • Cow

  5. Parents • Father: Coronas • Mother: Rhea Story of birth: She was swallowed by Coronas. Feared that his children would overthrow him, Zeus poisoned his father, therefore causing him to spit her up.

  6. Hera’s Revenge

  7. Main Points • Hera wanted to punish Zeus for his adultery • She hired some Gods to tie him up • Zeus came free and took Hera into the sky and tied her with chains • Hera cried for days • Zeus finally took her down and promised to be faithful to her from now on.

  8. Works Cited Harry, Rand. Academic International Encyclopedia. Vol. 10. [S.l.]: Academic International, 1991. Print. Hartzog, Kevin Z. "Hera." SASindex. 15 Oct. 2002. Web. 18 Nov. 2011. Morgan, Anne. "Hera." Order of the White Moon. The White Moon Gallery. Web. 18 Nov. 2011.

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