God of Wine
Dionysus is the god of wine. The name "Dionysus" comes from the Greek (Dios) meaning "of Zeus" combined with (Nysa) the name of a legendary mountain. This God is also known as Bacchus. Bacchus is what the Romans commonly called him. Dionysus is the son of Zeus and Semele. He is the only God that has a mortal parent (Semele).
This is Semele, Mother of Dionysus. Semele is a mortal woman that caught the eye of Zeus and got pregnant with Dionysus. Little did she know that Zeus was married to Hera. Hera found out about this affair shortly after and wanted to get her revenge on Semele and her unborn child. Hera then disguised herself as the housemaid and convinced Semele to get Zeus to reveal that he was a god to her. Hera knowing that Zeus' powers would kill Semele.
Immediately after Semele was killed Zeus tore the unborn child out of Semele's stomach and sewed the fetus into his thigh and kept him there until he was mature enough to live without being attached to Zeus.
Hera sent men to attack and murder Dionysus. When he was killed, he was chopped into pieces. His remains were taken by the attackers and along with Hera, Dionysus' remains were cooked and eaten.
This is Hera, Wife of Zeus. Killer of Semele and Dionysus.