Greek myth Hera is the daughter of Cronus and Rhea, the wife and sister of Zeus.
She is the protector of women, marriage and childbirth, as well as the enemy of the Trojans. Her Roman equivalent is Juno.
This article on Hera outlines her stormy character and early importance.
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