Goddess Aurora

Goddess Aurora

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The Roman goddess aurora was goddess of dawn – the new day. She was daughter of the titan Hyperion and would wake before day break and fly across the skies to announce the coming of the morning and the sun. Her brother and sister were the sun (the deity Sol) and moon (the goddess Luna). Her children were the four winds.

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