Greek - Goddess of youth. Cup-bearer to the gods. Daughter of Zeus and Hera. Wife of Heracles. She had to resign her post when she fell over and spilt wine at an important feast. She was superseded in the post by Ganymede. After Heracles was deified, Hebe married him and they had two children, Alexiares and Anicetus. She is said to have rejuvenated Iolaus in his old age so that he could fight Eurystheus to protect the children of Heracles. Referred to as Hebe, Ganymeda, Ganymeda, 'youth', 'youth', Roman Juventas or Roman Juventas.

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