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In Ancient Greek religion, Hestia is the virgin goddess of the hearth, the right ordering of Planet ยท 46 Hestia, 4 Vesta. Symbol, The hearth and its fire. Personal information. Parents, Kronos and Rhea. Siblings, Chiron, Demeter, Hera, Hades, Poseidon.


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HESTIA: GREEK GODDESS OF HEARTH AND HOME Fittingly, the circle was her symbol. Hestia was once known as "Chief of the Goddesses" and was.


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Kids learn about the goddess Hestia of Greek Mythology including her symbols, special powers, hearth, fire, cult of Hestia, home, and fun facts.


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Greek Goddess of the Hearth and Domestic Life Hestia was the goddess of the hearth, home, architecture, domesticity, family, and the state.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} When Cronus swallowed his children for fear one would dethrone him, Hestia was the eldest and thus swallowed first. As with the rest of his children, Cronos ate her but eventually regurgitated her. She represented communal security and personal happiness. Each city had a public hearth that was sacred to Hestia; the fire kindled there was never allowed to go out. Hestia was the eldest daughter of Cronos and Rhea. Vesta was the Roman equivalent to Hestia. Although Apollo and Poseidon proposed marriage to Hestia, she requested of Zeus to remain a maiden forever. Others, critically, have called her colorless because there is little information provided in regard to her character. Of all the gods and goddesses, she was considered the gentlest and mildest. Like Athena and Artemis, Hestia was referred to as a virgin goddess. Domestic life was her dominion in spite of her desire to remain a virgin. Public and private worship of Hestia was widespread. As the goddess of the hearth she personified the fire burning in the hearth of every home in Greece. She was one of only twelve Olympian deities. If you use any of the content on this page in your own work, please use the code below to cite this page as the source of the content. Poets such as Apollodorous, Hesiod, and Ovid allude to her in their works. Hestia receiving the first offering at every sacrifice in the household with families pouring sweet wine in her name and dedicating the richest portion of food to her. Although both Poseidon and Apollo wanted to marry her, Hestia made an oath to Zeus that she would remain forever pure and undefiled, never entering into a union with a man. The hearth fire in the household was not allowed to go out by any family unless it was ritually distinguished. She was primarily known the Goddess of the Hearth. Although Hestia appeared in a few stories, she was not overly significant in Greek mythology. Because Hestia remained a virgin, it follows that she had no children. New colonies took fire from the hearth in the prytaneion also known as the town hall and kept the fires going in those new locations. After Zeus forced his father to disgorge his children, Hestia was the last to be yielded up, making her both the oldest and the youngest daughter. She was one of only three virgin goddesses, next to Athena and Artemis. Hestia is described as a kind, forgiving and discreet goddess with a passive, non-confrontational nature. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Hestia was the goddess of the hearth, home, architecture, domesticity, family, and the state. Hestia is completely omitted from the works of Homer, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey. Though Hestia did not have a public cult, she was worshipped at any temple, regardless of the god the temple was dedicated to. Every meal began and ended with an offering to Hestia.