Homer uses two epithets for Hera, cow-eyed and white-armed. In the story of the Trojan War, Hera strongly opposes the Trojans, while favoring the Greeks. Other foes who suffer at the hands of Hera are the women her husband seduces and their children.
In Rome, Hera, as Juno plays many roles and is part of the honored Capitoline Triad, along with Minerva and Jupiter.
|Marble Hera Statue||Archaic Head of Hera||Kylix of Hera and Prometheus||Frieze of Hera and Zeus|
|Marble Head of Hera with Diadem||Juno Regina|
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