Graces

Greek - Dawn goddesses. Daughters of Zeus or Dionysus by Aphrodite or Euronyme. These three, attendants on Aphrodite and Eros, are Aglaia (Splendour), Euphrosyne (Mirth) and Thalia (Good Cheer). Originally there were two, Auxe and Hegemone, worshipped in Athens and two, Cleta and Phaenna, worshipped in Sparta. Other parts of Greece worshipped three - Aglaia, Pasithea and Peitho. Another, Cale, is sometimes referred to as one of this trio. Also commonly known as Graces, Charis, Charis, Aglaia, Venus, plurCharites, Charites, Charites, Charities, Charities, Khariteis, Khariteis, Charit(i)es, Charit(i)es, Roman Gratiae or Roman Gratiae.

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