For ither uises, see Hestia (disambiguation).

In Auncient Greek releegion, Hestia (/ˈhɛstiə/; Auncient Greek: Ἑστία, "hearth" or "fireside") is a virgin goddess o the hearth, airchitectur, an the richt orderin o domesticity, the faimily, an the state. In Greek meethologie she is a dochter o Cronus an Rhea[1] an the eldest o the Olympian Gods.

Hestia
Goddess o the hearth, hame, airchitectur, domesticity, faimily, an the state
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The Giustiniani Hestia in O. Seyffert, Dictionary of Classical Antiquities, 1894
AbodeDelphi or Moont Olympus
SymbolThe hearth an its fire
Personal Information
ConsortNane
ParentsCronus an Rhea
SiblinsDemeter, Hera, Hades, Poseidon, Zeus, Chiron
Roman equivalentVesta

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References
  1. Graves, Robert. "The Palace of Olympus". Greek Gods and Heroes.