Greek - Goddess of divine justice. A Titaness. Daughter of Uranus and Gaea. Wife of Iapetus. Mother of Astraea, Prometheus and Schoenius by Iapetus. Mother of the Horae and the Moirae by Zeus. She was the second owner of the Delphic Oracle and told Deucalion and Pyrrha how to repopulate the world after the flood. She weighed the souls of the dead in the underworld and, in some accounts, is equated with Gaea.She is depicted as blind (-folded), holding the sword and scales of justice. In some accounts she is the same as Ananke. Also commonly identified as Themis, Ananke, Ananke, Anagke, Roman Necessitas, 'justice', 'justice', 'order' or 'order'.

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