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Ἥρη : Hera, daughter of Cronus and Rhea, sister and spouse of Zeus, see Il. 14.201 ff. The perpetual jarring of Zeus and Hera in Olympus, described with humor in the Iliad, but as too serious to be trivial, Il. 1.568, Il. 15.14 ff. Hera is the friend of the Greeks and enemy of the Trojans. Her children, Ares, Hephaestus, Hebe, Eilithyia; favorite haunts, Argos, Mycēnae, Sparta, Il. 4.51 f. Epithets, Ἀργείη, Βοῶπις πό- τνια, πρέσβα θεα?, Διὸς κυδρὴ παράκοιτις, ἠύκομος, λευκώλενος, χρυ_σόθρονος, χρυ_σοπέδι_λος, besides many uncomplimentary titles applied to her by Zeus.
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