Hestia is a goddess of the first Olympian generation, along with Demeter and Hera. She was a daughter of the Titans Rhea and Cronus, and sister to Zeus, Poseidon, Demeter, Hera and Hades. Hestia's name means "home and hearth", the oikos, the household and its inhabitants. Her roman equivalent is Vesta. Info from Wikipedia.
modern greek mythology: demeter, goddess of the harvest, grain and bread 1/2: "she looks like home and timeworn hands that have known hard work. industrious. she believes that reward should be given where it is due, that every drop of sweat should be returned golden. she only buys organic food and fairtrade products."
Mythic Tarot: a deck based on Greek mythology. Each of the suits follows one myth through the pips. The Majors are represented by Greek Gods and Goddesses. Featured at the top from left to right: Demeter (The Empress), Hades (Death), Hecate (The Moon)