Nyx

Greek - Goddess of night. Daughter of Chaos. Sister of Erebus, Gaea, Tartarus and Tros. In one version of the story of creation, she is the sister and wife of Erebus, in another she is the mother of Erebus and later his wife. They produced Aether, Eris, the Fates, Hemera, Hypnos, the Keres, Momus, Moros, Morpheus, Nemesis, Thanatos and Tyche. Some say that some of these offspring were produced by Nyx alone. Other accounts say that she was the daughter and wife of Iao and mother of Gaea and Uranus. In some references, referred to as Nyx, Night, Night, sacred birds, sacred birds, birds, Ainu Ahura Mazda, Amaterasu, Apollo, Athena, Helius, Hermes, Mercury, Mithra, Tammuz, Zas Arawn, Artemis, China, Fukurokuju, Kwannon, Lares, Mannanan, Perseus, Shou Shen, Thoth Apollo, Asclepius, Angerbode Brac, Cronus, Odin, Saturn, Yama Juno Aphrodite, Astarte Ararjatis, Ataragatis, Hachiman, Venus Dusara, Jupiter Egypt Apollo, Baba, Brahma, Dionysus, Egypt, Eros, Epona, Hera, Horus, Iris, Juno, Kaltesh, Mars, Ops, Osiris, Seb, Thoth, Vishnu Isis Apollo, Here, Tethys Zoastrianism Asclepius, Inara Ketu, Minerva Brahma, Lakshmi, Sarasvati Apollo, Melkarth Asclepius, Noah, Odin Saturn Aphrodite, Venus Hera, Sweden Aphrodite, Isis Aphrodite, Venus Aztecs, Maya Apollo, Ares Heracles, Isis, Izanagi, Izanami Ares Triptolemus Amaterasu, 'night', 'night', Ahalya, Nott, Roman Nox or Roman Nox.

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