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Morpheus was the god of dreams in greek mythology. He was one of the three Oneiroi, sons of the god of sleep, Hypnos. Along with his two brothers, Phobetor (“nightmares”) and Phantasos (“illusion”), he was a diety of the underworld and would appear in the dreams of kings and rulers as a forebearer of omens and messages.

Morpheus was the god of dreams in greek mythology. He was one of the three Oneiroi, sons of the god of sleep, Hypnos. Along with his two brothers, Phobetor (“nightmares”) and Phantasos (“illusion”), he was a diety of the underworld and would appear in the

greek mythology | selene is the goddess of the moon. she is depicted as a woman riding sidesaddle on a horse or driving a chariot drawn by a pair of winged steeds. she is commonly depicted with a crescent moon, often accompanied by stars; sometimes, instead of a crescent, a lunar disc is used.     selene’s great love is the shepherd prince endymion.      selene is often identified with artemis. both selene & artemis are also associated with hecate, and all 3 are regarded as lunar goddesses.

greek mythology | selene is the goddess of the moon. she is depicted as a woman riding sidesaddle on a horse or driving a chariot drawn by a pair of winged steeds. she is commonly depicted with a crescent moon, often accompanied by stars; sometimes, instead of a crescent, a lunar disc is used. selene’s great love is the shepherd prince endymion. selene is often identified with artemis. both selene & artemis are also associated with hecate, and all 3 are regarded as lunar goddesses.

PATROCLUS WAS A CELEBRATED FRIEND OF ACHILLES. When yet a boy Patroclus, during a game of dice, involuntarily slew Clysonymus, a son of Amphidamas, and in consequence of this accident Patroclus was taken by his father to Peleus at Phthia, where he was educated together with Achilles.

PATROCLUS WAS A CELEBRATED FRIEND OF ACHILLES. When yet a boy Patroclus, during a game of dice, involuntarily slew Clysonymus, a son of Amphidamas, and in consequence of this accident Patroclus was taken by his father to Peleus at Phthia, where he was educated together with Achilles.