Heliades

In Greek mythology, the Heliades (Ἡλιάδες, `children of the sun`) were the daughters of Helios and Clymene the Oceanid. According to one version recorded by Hyginus, there were three of them: Aegiale, Aegle, and Aetheria. According to another version, there were five: Helia, Merope, Phoebe, Aetheria, and Dioxippe. Aeschylus`s fragmentar......
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Heliades

[moth] Heliades is a genus of moths of the Pyralidae family. ...
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Heliades

weeping sisters of Phaethon whose tears over his death turned them into amber-shedding poplar trees.
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Heliades

Daughters of Helios; mourned for Pha?thon and were changed to poplar trees.
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