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Hebe depicted with Jupiter, Juno and Iris

Hebe was a member of the Isu, later revered as the Greek goddess of youth. Her Roman counterpart was called Juventas.


Within the simulation of Atlantis, the Spartan misthios Kassandra visited an archive dedicated to Hebe in the Oikos of Atlantis.[1]

In the 21st century research by Abstergo Industries on the Isu Civilization, Hebe was one of the Isu referenced by name.[2]

Behind the scenes

The Greek word Ἥβη (hḗbē) means 'youth, vigor'.

The statue used in Assassin's Creed: Origins for the Greek goddess Hygieia and Cyrene is based on Pietro Bazzanti's 19th century sculpture of Hebe. In Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, the same statue was used for the Greek goddesses Demeter and Nemesis.