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  HEMERA : Greek protogenos goddess of day ; mythology ; pictures : HEMERE
HEMERA was the Protogenos (primeval goddess) of the day.
In the evening her mother Nyx drew her veil of darkness between the aither and the aer to bring night to man. In the morn his sister-wife Hemera dispersed these mists, revealing the shining blue aither of day.
Hemera was closely identified with Hera, the Queen of Heaven, and Eos Goddess of the Dawn.
www.theoi.com /Protogenos/Hemera.html   (794 words)

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