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Hebe in Heracles (Hercules): Later Adventures and Death

Hebe is Hera's daughter and the goddess of youth. Heracles marries Hebe when he becomes a god on Mount Olympus. Their marriage symbolizes how Hera has finally let bygones be bygones.

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