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the myth of janus
Updated: 4/15/2019
the myth of janus
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  • Goddess of the Olympian generation, daughter to Cronus and Rhea and sister to Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Demeter and Hera. When Cronus swallowed his children in the fear that one would soon dethrone him, Vesta was the eldest and thus swallowed first. After Zeus forced his father to disgorge his children, Vesta was the last to be yielded up, making her both the oldest and the youngest daughter.
  • Focus: Vesta Vesta was primarily known as the Goddess of the Hearth, home, family and domesticity. Of all the gods and goddesses, she was considered the gentlest and mildest. Others, however, have called her colourless because there is little information provided in regard to her characteristics.
  • Focus: From Vesta, Hades, Zeus, Hera, Demeter, Poseidon, and then everyone else Vesta loved her siblings, and when they had kids she loved them just as much. Her fondest wish was for the whole Olympian family to spend quality time together.
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