Iris Greek Messenger of the gods, especially of Zeus, and a devoted attendant of Hera.
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Iris Greek Messenger of the gods, especially of Zeus, and a devoted attendant of Hera. Iris personifies the rainbow, a path, it was said, that she often traveled. Daughter of the Titan Thaumus; sister of the Harpies.
- Poseidon Greek Sea god and one of the Olympian gods; son of Cronus and Rhea; brother of Zeus, Hades, Demeter, Hera, and Hestia; husband The Roman goddess Pomona displays her fruits of plenty in the painting by French artist Nicholas Fouche (1653-1733).
- Hestia (Hearth) Greek Goddess of the hearth and fire; eldest daughter of Cronus and Rhea; sister of Zeus and Hera; one of the 12 Olympian gods.
- Enyo (1) Greek A goddess of war, specifically known for sacking cities and towns of the enemy; daughter of Zeus and Hera; depicted as the sister, daughter, or mother of the war god Ares, often included as a companion of Ares when he went into battle.
- Zeus Zeus, in Greek mythology, the god of the sky and ruler of the Olympian gods.
- Io Greek The beautiful daughter of the river god Inachus, and a priestess of Hera.