[tlhIngan Hol] hellenic gods - hestia introduction

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Thu May 6 05:01:32 PDT 2021


*Hestia:*
Virgin goddess of the hearth, home, domesticity and chastity. She is a
daughter of Rhea and Cronus, and a sister of Zeus. Not often identifiable
in Greek art, she appeared as a modestly veiled woman. Her symbols are the
hearth and kettle. In some accounts, she gave up her seat as one of the
Twelve Olympians in favor of Dionysus, and she plays little role in Greek
myths.

*hestia:*
qerjIq not vay’ ngaghpu’bogh Qun; juH, juH yIn, ngaghbe’taHghach je Qun.
*rhea* *cronus* je puqbe’ ghaH, ‘ej *zeus* be’nI’ ghaH. ‘elaDya’ meHghem
nuDtaHvIS vay’, pIjHa’ *hestia* ngu’laH: ghob be’ DI’onmey chIw *hestia*,
vaj nach velbogh weSjech tuQ. qerjIq, betgham pubmoHmeH baS ngaSwI’ je bIH
DeghDaj’e’. bI’reS *olympus* wa’maH cha’ Qun ghomDaq ghaH, ‘ach tagha’
*olympus* Qun mojmeH *dionysus*, pajpu’ *hestia*; ngervam Har ‘op.
qaStaHvIS ‘elaDya’ wIchmey, pIjHa’ qaSbogh wanI’mey SIgh *hestia*.

~ Dana'an
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