(one hundred) Daughter of Perses and Asteria, She was a Goddess of travels by night, especially a patroness of crossroads, and by
extension, any choice made in darkness or incomplete knowledge. She is often portrayed bearing two torches, and she has close associations with the
Moon (ie. Selene and Artemis). She is a patroness of witchcraft, and her cult was extensive in ancient Thessaly.
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