Who knows about Greek Gods and Goddesses?
* names in [ ] denote the Latin name that the Romans used. Hera [Juno] is the Greco-Roman goddess of the hearth and marriage. She is also the queen of the gods as Zeus’ sister-wife. She is notoriously jealous of all Zeus’ extra-marital affairs and frequently takes revenge on the females and/or their children by Zeus. The cow [and only later the peacock after Alexander’s conquests] was sacred to her. She was also vengeful against any mortal that crossed her, an example being Paris [who chose Aphrodite as the most beautiful goddess], which sparked the Trojan war of course. – Hephaestus [Vulcan] – is Hera’s son alone, whom she conceived of to counter Zeus’ child, Athena. He is the god of fire, metals, vulcanoes and the forge, he makes all the armour and weaponry of the gods. He is married to Aphrodite [Venus], the goddess of love. – Ares [Mars] is the child of Hera and Zeus. He is one of the twelve main deities of Olympus. He is the god of war and agriculture. He is the long-time lover of