B. TiffneyComputer Engineer, M. Tech, Southeast Montgomery
Computer Engineer, M. Tech, Southeast Montgomery
Answered on Jul 22, 2019
In Harry Potter, there are two houses in the books that often do not get the attention that they should. They are the Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw houses. These houses have some similarities since they are both included in the books, and they both involve certain things happening in them during the action in the book. However, there are some key differences, as well. Hufflepuff is yellow and black, whereas the Ravenclaw is blue and bronze.
The House Hufflepuff has a badger as its badge, and the Ravenclaw has an eagle as its emblem. The founder of the House Hufflepuff is Helga Hufflepuff, and the founder of the Ravenclaw was a witch from Scotland. She lived in this house during the 10th century.
Both houses exist in the book "Harry Potter." Hufflepuff founder was Helga Hufflepuff. She was a medieval witch who lived in the tenth century. She was recognized for treating all students fairly and equally. She would admit students from diverse backgrounds.
One of her fundamental teaching philosophies was to accept all and teach everything she knew. She would typically choose students that she believed were loyal, fair, and not afraid of hard work. One of her most noteworthy contributions was the establishment of great kitchens. Rowena Ravenclaw founded house Ravenclaw. She valued wit, learning, and wisdom.