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- In ancient Gr**** religion and mythology, the Moirai (/ˈmɔɪraɪ, -riː/, also spelled Moirae or Mœræ; Ancient Gr****: Μοῖραι, "lots, destinies, apportioners")...
- was with him that Themis produced the Moirai, three Fates. A fragment of Pindar, however, tells that the Moirai were already present at the nuptials of...
- Moirai or the Fates in the following lines: And there were another three who sat round about at equal intervals, each one on her throne, the Moirai (Moirae...
- mythology, this union includes Aether, Hemera, the Hesperides, Hypnos, the Moirai, Geras, Styx, Charon, Nemesis and Thanatos. In Gr**** literature, the name...
- they, or another immortal, can alter it. The primary instances include: Moirai are the Fates of Gr**** mythology who control the Threads of Fate Parcae...
- (Procreation) (hermaphrodite) Aion (Eternity) Nesoi (Islands) Thal****a (Sea) Moirai (Fate) Moros (Doom) In some variations of Hesiod's creation myth, in Gr****...
- and Zeus. By Zeus, Themis bore the three Horae (Hours), and the three Moirai (Fates), and Mnemosyne bore the nine Muses. While the descendants of the...
- (Dreams), Momus (Blame), Oizys (Pain), Hesperides (Daughters of Night), the Moirai (Fates), the Keres (Destinies), Nemesis (Retribution), Apate (Deceit), Philotes...
- and European mythology feature personified "fate spinners," known as the Moirai in Gr**** mythology, the Parcae in Roman mythology, and the Norns in Norse...
- deities Achlys Aether Aion Ananke Chaos Chronos Erebus Eros Gaia Hemera Moirai Nyx Ourea Phanes Pontus Tartarus Thal****a Ur**** Chthonic deities Hades...
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