Mount Ida

Hera
Hera
Hera Hera is the goddess of marriage, and protector of married women. Her father is Cronus, and her mother is Rhea. Cronus and Rhea are both Titans, and they?re also brother and sister. Hestia is Hera?s oldest sister. She?s the virgin goddess of the hearth, and it?s believed that saying prayers before meals came from her. Demeter is also her sister, and she?s the goddess of corn and the harvest. The four months of each year when the harvests go bad, is the result of Demeter?s sorrow. During that
Iliad Essay
Iliad Essay
Up on Mount Ida, Paris was making his decision of who was most beautiful, Hera, Athena, or Aphrodite. Each woman offered something to Paris in return for the golden apple. Hera offered ?extraordinary wealth and to be ruler over all mortals.? Athena offered Paris to be ?the bravest and wisest of mortal men, victorious in war, and skillful in every craft.? Aphrodite?s offer, which was Paris?s favorite offer of the three, was Helen to be his wife. When Paris had made his choice and gave the golden