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Hestia (Greek deity)

LC control no.no2016065482
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Personal name headingHestia (Greek deity)
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Variant(s)Estia (Greek deity)
Gestija (Greek deity)
Heistia (Greek deity)
Hestija (Greek deity)
Hestiya (Greek deity)
Hesztia (Greek deity)
Ἑστία (Greek deity)
هيستيا (Greek deity)
Гестыя (Greek deity)
Гестия (Greek deity)
Гестія (Greek deity)
Хестия (Greek deity)
Хестија (Greek deity)
헤스티아 (Greek deity)
הסטיה (Greek deity)
ヘスティアー (Greek deity)
赫斯提亞 (Greek deity)
See alsoVesta (Roman deity)
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Biography/History noteHestia is the Greek goddess of the hearth, family, and agriculture. She is the daughter of Cronus and Rhea and the eldest of the Olympian gods. The Roman goddess Vesta is the equivalent of the Greek Hestia.
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inThe Homeric hymn to Aphrodite and related texts, 2012: table of contents (To Hestia)
Wikipedia, 12 May 2016 (Hestia; Ἑστία; Greek goddess of the hearth, agriculture, domesticity, the family, and the state; daughter of Cronus and Rhea; the eldest of the Olympian gods; Roman equivalent = Vesta; other forms of name: هيستيا; Hestiya; Гестыя; Хестия; Hestija; Estia; 헤스티아; הסטיה; Гестия; Hesztia; Хестија; ヘスティアー; Гестія; Gestija; 赫斯提亞)
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