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GREEK GODDESS HERA STATUES: Queen of Heaven
Goddess of Birth and Marriage
ROMAN GODDESS JUNO STATUES
Hera Statue Hera, Queen of Heaven Statue
in Cold Cast Bronze

Lovely Hera statue stands 10 inches high / 25.4 cm and shows the Goddess accompanied by her peacock consort.
In this cold cast bronze material with color enhancements, this is a high quality piece that's beautifully detailed.


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Suggested Retail:  $86.50
Our Price:                 $59.00

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Greek Goddess Hera Statue

HERA, Queen of Heaven
Goddess Hera Statue
8.5 inches tall / 21.59 cm

Antique stone colored resin statue.
Powerful and regal, this statue depicts Hera holding a flowering apple branch from her western orchard of immortality.
Romans worshipped her as Juno.


Matching Zeus/Jupiter statue to this Here can be found here.


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$39.00

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[From a Greek Amphora, circa 700 BCE]

zeus and hera statue

Hera and Zeus Reclining Statue
Zeus and Hera Greek Roman Mythology Statue

12 5/8 inches long / 32.06 cm in length

**Cold Cast Bronze

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Zeus and Hera Info


$78.75

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HERA, QUEEN OF HEAVEN

The queen of the Olympian deities, Hera is the wife and sister of Zeus. This daughter of Cronus and Rhea was mainly worshipped as a goddess of marriage and birth. Each year, Hera's virginity was said to return after her bath at the well Canathus. Her children are the smith-God Hephaestus, Goddess of Youth Hebe, and the God of war Ares.

Jealousy of her husband's many affairs plagued her and she punished her rivals and their children with the fury of a woman scorned. Zeus tried to punish her, usually by chaining her to Mount Olympus by attaching anvils to her feet.

Hera's main sanctuary was at Argos in the Peloponnesus, where she was worshipped as the town goddess. Other temples stood in Olympia, Mycene, Sparta, Paestum, Corinth, Tiryns, Perachora, and on the islands of Samos and Delos.

The proud peacock pulled her wagon. She was also known as Bopis, meaning "with big eyes." Symbols of marriage, the crow and the pomegranate are sacred to her. Other attributes include a diadem and a veil. Hera is portrayed as a majestic, solemn woman.
Her Roman counterpart is Juno.

Amazon priestesses fought for matriarchy in Hera's name as recently as the time of Herodotus (450 BCE).

As Goddesses everywhere lost power, Hera was forced into marriage with Zeus, but retained her position as Queen of the Gods.

Her name is from the Aegean Greek for "Lady" or "Holy One."
Invite Hera to grace your altar.

 

Zeus and Hera

Zeus was brother and consort of Hera. By Hera, Zeus sired Ares, Hebe and Hephaestus, though some accounts say that Hera produced these offspring alone. Some also include Eileithyia and Eris as their daughters. The conquests of Zeus among nymphs and the mythic mortal progenitors of Hellenic dynasties are famous. Olympian mythography even credits him with unions with Leto, Demeter, Dione and Maia. Among mortals were Semele, Io, Europa and Leda (for more details, see below) and with the young Ganymede (although he was mortal Zeus granted him eternal youth and immortality).

Many myths render Hera as jealous of his amorous conquests and a consistent enemy of Zeus' mistresses and their children by him. For a time, a nymph named Echo had the job of distracting Hera from his affairs by talking incessantly, and when Hera discovered the deception, she cursed Echo to repeat the words of others.


-from Wikipedia,the free encyclopedia