Horae

In Greek mythology the Horae (iː or aɪ) or Hours (Ὧραι, Hōrai, pron, `seasons`) were the goddesses of the seasons and the natural portions of time. They were originally the personifications of nature in its different seasonal aspects, but in later times they were regarded as goddesses of order in general and natural justice. `They bring......
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Horae

daughters of Zeus who controlled the order of time (their name means ?hours?). They include Dike, Euonimia, and Eirene; Auxo, Thallo, and Carpo; and Pherusa, Euoprie, and Orthosie.
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Horae

Horae (hō'rē) , in Greek religion and mythology, goddesses of the seasons; daughters of Zeus and Themis. Although they controlled the recurrence of the seasons, they also attended other gods and had no cults of their own. The number and names of the Horae differed from region to regi...
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Horae

In Greek mythology, the goddesses of the seasons, two to four in number. In Homer's Iliad they simply guarded the gates of Olympus, but they brought round the seasons in his Odyssey. Later Hesiod...
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Horae

The Horae were the Greek goddesses of the seasons. They were daughters of Zeus and Themis.
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