Who did Hera and Zeus give birth to?
In Greek mythology, Hera was the daughter of Cronus and Rhea, and mother of Ares (god of war), Hebe (goddess of youth), and Eileithyia (goddess of childbirth), all with Zeus. Hera also gave birth alone to Hephaistos (god of metallurgy) in retaliation for Zeus’ similarly single-handed birth of Athena.
Was Hera ever mad at Zeus?
They are very known for how Hera had gotten mad at Zeus because of all his wives , and Zeus having a lot of other wives other than Hera. When Zeus had married Hera, they had lived all happy except for one small problem. Zeus had gotten what he wanted but was still greedy for women. Soon enough Zeus had married several other wives. Because of this scene it shows that Zeus was untrustworthy when Hera had trusted him.
How did Hera tricked Zeus?
Zeus disguised himself so that he could have an affair with Semele. Hera found out about the affair and she decided to have her revenge. She disguised herself as a nurse and tricked Zeus to show himself in his true form to Semele. When he turned into his true form his thunder and lightning killed Semele.
Did Demeter have any children with Zeus?
Demeter didn’t marry, but she had a daughter named Persephone with her brother Zeus. Persephone was the goddess of springtime and vegetation. Together, Demeter and Persephone watched over the world’s seasons and plants. One day, the god Hades took Persephone to the Underworld to make her his wife.
Did IO have kids with Zeus?
Io escaped across the Ionian Sea to Egypt, where she was restored to human form by Zeus. There, she gave birth to Zeus’s son Epaphus, and a daughter as well, Keroessa. She later married Egyptian king Telegonus. Their grandson, Danaus, eventually returned to Greece with his fifty daughters (the Danaids), as recalled in Aeschylus’ play The Suppliants.