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 Ch. 3: Aphrodite and Athena 

 

 Zeus and Hera 

Most geographical figures were used in more than one myth. This basic figure, for instance, was not only that of Apollo, it was also the figure of Zeus wielding his thunderbolts, as well as that of Hera holding a pomegranate.19 Zeus and Hera can be found near the mouth of their father, Cronus, and hence the myth claiming Cronus tried to eat his children.20

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