Hestia

Goddess of the hearth. The hearth was sacred to the Greeks, as fire was associated with life.

Hestia

Hestia was Greek goddess of the hearth (the centre of family life)
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Hestia

In Ancient Greek religion Hestia (ə; Ἑστία, `hearth` or `fireside`) is a virgin goddess of the hearth, ancient Greek architecture, and the right ordering of domesticity, the family, and the state. In Greek mythology she is a daughter of Cronus and Rhea. Hestia received the first offering at every sacrifice in the household. In the publi...
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Hestia

(Vesta) Goddess of hearth; sister of Zeus.
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Hestia

[plant] Hestia is a genus of flowering plants in the Araceae, formally described in 2010. It contains only one known species, Hestia longifolia, native to Perak in Peninsular Malaysia and to Brunei and Sarawak on the island of Borneo. ...
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Hestia

Grecian goddess of the home and hearth, the name of her counterpart was Vesta
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Hestia

Hestia (hes'tēu) , in Greek religion and mythology, goddess of the hearth; daughter of Kronos and Rhea. Both public and private worship of Hestia were widespread; she represented personal and communal security and happiness. An Olympian goddess, she was thought of as the kindest and mildes...
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Hestia

Hestia was a Greek goddess. She was a daughter of Cronos and Rhea. She was goddess of the hearth. She was also called Vesta.
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Hestia

In Greek mythology, goddess of the hearth-fire (Roman Vesta); protector of the home; and eldest daughter of the Titans Kronos and Rhea. Sometimes regarded as the personification...
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Hestia

In Greek mythology, one of the twelve Olympian gods. Sister of Zeus and goddess of the hearth and home (Roman name, Vesta).
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Hestia

in Greek religion, goddess of the hearth, daughter of Cronus and Rhea, and one of the 12 Olympian deities. When the gods Apollo and Poseidon became ...
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Hestia

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Pogson on 16 Aug 1857. Diameter in km: 164. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Hestia

quiet but highly honored goddess of the hearth; a divine center of family life. In Rome the Vestal Virgins carried her sacred fire. Compare with the Inuit Sedna.
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Hestia

Sister of Zeus and goddess of the hearth. Despite amorous approaches from Poseidon and Apollo she insistently rejected both, preferring to keep her maidenhood pure. Associated with the home, virginity, rejection of warfare and the value of virtue. Often regarded as having allowed her place in the pantheon of Olympic gods to be taken up by Dionysos ...
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Hestia

Sister of Zeus and goddess of the hearth. Despite amorous approaches from Poseidon and Apollo she insistently rejected both, preferring to keep her maidenhood pure. Associated with the home, virginity, rejection of warfare and the value of virtue. Often regarded as having allowed her place in the pantheon of Olympic gods to be taken up by Dionysos ...
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Hestia

Vesta
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Hestia

[n] - (Greek mythology) the goddess of the hearth and its fire in ancient mythology
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