Eos

Greek - Goddess of the dawn. Daughter of Hyperion and Thea or of Uranus and Nyx. Sister of Helius and Selene. Wife of Aelus and Astraeus, some say. Wife of Tithonus. Mother of Emathion and Memnon. By Tithonus. Mother of Phaeton by Cephalus. In her journeys across the sky with her brother Helius, she was Hemera in the morning and Hespera in the evening. She seduced Cephalus, Cleitus and Orion and abducted Ganymede. She asked Zeus to make Tithonus immortal but forgot to ask for eternal youth with the result that he grew old and shrivelled. In the end Eos changed him into a grasshopper. In some accounts she is the wife of Aelus or Astraeus and mother, by him, of the winds Boreas, Eurus, Notus and Zephyrus. Sometimes known as Eos, Eoos, Eoos, Eos, Eos, Ushas, Ushas, Eos, Usas, Dyotana or Greek Athena.
Greek - A horse of Aurora. Identified as Eos, Eoos, Eoos, Eos, Eos, Ushas, Ushas, Eos, Usas, Dyotana or Greek Athena.

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