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Hestia (Vesta)

Goddess of the hearth and home
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Brianna Gunnell

on 17 September 2012

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Transcript of Hestia (Vesta)

Head Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Invented the art of building houses.
Known as the sacred center of domestic life and giver of all domestic happiness and blessings, believed to dwell in the inner part of every house. First born child of Rhea and Chronos
Sister of Zeus
Swallowed by her father at birth.
Last to be disgorged, she was the youngest
Lives on Mount Olympus, gave her throne to Dionysis Apollo and Poseidon wanted to marry her,she refused, asking Zeus to make her a virgin for eternity, he agreed and she lived in his home having the richest portion of his home She had no problem staying a virgin, but there was this one time where there was a huge party and everyone was passed out from indulgence, she was passed out aswell but not from that, she woke up to a short and ugly man, thank god she woke up before he tried making moves, remaining a virgin. She was the most mild,tender, loving,and forgiving of all the goddesses
She doesn't have a distinct personality, and plays no parts in myths.
Symbols:
Fire
Pig
Key
Donkey
Sometimes held a flowed branch (of a Chaste Tree) Hestia (Vesta)
Goddess of Hearth and Home.
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