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VESTA (mythology) the mythological Goddess of Fire and Hearth

In Roman mythology, the goddess of the hearth, equivalent with the Greek Hestia. In Rome, the sacred flame in her shrine at the Forum represented the spirit of the community, and was kept constantly alight by the six Vestal Virgins.

She was closely associated with the lares and penates, family household gods, and was also the goddess of bakers and the asses whichturned their millstones. Her festival, the Vestalia, was celebrated on 8 June.

Traditionally the legendary king Numa Pompilius introduced her worship to Rome from Lavinium, where the Trojan hero Aeneas had brought the sacred fire from Troy along with the penates. It was believed that Numa built her central shrine in the Forum.

Ref: The Hutchinson Encyclopedia of World History