Did the goddess Hera have children?
Yes but only with her husband, never with mortals so all of her children became gods or goddesses (Ares, Hephaestus and Hebe, who fell in love with Hercules even though he was her half-brother)
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She is the Greek queen of gods, goddess of marriage and wife ofZeus.
The legitimate offspring of HERA's union with Zeus are Ares (thegod of war), Hebe (the goddess of youth),Eris (the goddess ofdiscord) and Eileithyia (goddess of childbirth). H…era was jealousof Zeus' giving birth to Athena without recourse to her (actuallywith Metis), so she gave birth to Hephaestus without him. Howeversince he was so ugly, she threw him to the sea where the baby wasrescued by sea nymphs.
Hera was the Greek goddess of marriage and queen of the gods. She was the wife and sister of Zeus. Her symbols are the peacock and scepter. She was well known for her jealous …rages. Her Roman counterpart is Juno. For more information, click on the link below.
Hera is the Queen of Goddess' she was married to Zeus and had 6 children. only 2 of them were gods and these are 1. Ares 2. Hephaetus Another 3 of them were human and t…hey are 1.Eris 2.Hebe 3.Eleithyia And only one of them was a cyclops and he is 1.Typhon
Hera was the goddess of marriage and women. She was the queen of the gods.
No, Hera is the goddess of women and marriage, the child is protected by Artemis or Apollo during birth, the mother is protected by Hera.
Eleithyia, Eris, Hebe, Hephaestus, and Ares.
Zeus' wife/ Goddess queen of Olympus
Hepheastus and Ares are the more known children that she had but she also had: Eris, Hebe, Eileithyia,
Hera has four children, Ares, Hebe, Ilithyia, Hephasestus.
Hera is a Greek Goddess of marriage, and is married to Zeus, that's way.
she was the sister of Zeus and a child of Kronos
She was the goddess of marriage and the peacock and the cow where her symbols.
Hera, queen of the goddesses, is the daughter of Cronus and Rhea.
She is not the goddess of the hunt. That is Artemis twin sister of Apollo. Hera is the 'mother' goddess of the greek myths being the Queen of the Gods. She is sometime portray…ed as the goddess of marriage.