Category:Horae

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<nowiki>Horas; 荷賴; Hórák; Stundagyðjur; оры; Horen; Хоре; Ори; Hores; Ore; ホーラ; Horai; 荷赖; Hóry; Hores; הורה; Horae; 荷賴; 荷赖; Horas; Horat; Eurioù; Horoj; Хори; 荷賴; Ore; Hóry; Heures; Horai; Hoorid; Horerna; 荷賴; Orlar; Horas; Hore; 荷赖; Horae; Hore; Horae; Horos; Хоре; Hore; Hores; هورای; Horae; Horen; Hory; horaer; Hore; Ори; 荷赖; Հորաներ; 호라에; Horae; ربات الفصول; Ώρες; Oralar; divinità delle stagioni nella mitologia greca; ギリシア神話の女神; divinités des saisons et de la division du temps dans la mythologie grecque; gudinner i gresk mytologi; mythologie; богини времён года в древнегреческой мифологии, ведали порядком в природе, то открывающие, то закрывающие облачные ворота в Олимп; Göttinnen in der griechischen Mythologie; goddesses of the seasons and the natural portions of time in Greek mythology; helena diinaro pri tempo kaj sezonoj; diosas griegas del orden de la naturaleza y de las estaciones; 3 אלות במיתולוגיה היוונית שתפקידן משתנה בין גרסאות, (התפתחות הצומח בעונות, אלות צדק, וכו'); Hora; Tallo; Hôrai; ора; гора; го́ры; хо́ры; Stunden; Horae; Horae; 時序女神; 荷萊伊; Ωραι; Тало; ホーライ; Irene; Horae; Aukso; Tallo; horer; horai; hora; horae; Horen; Тало; Евномия; Ортосия; Афксо; Хори; Дике; Hours; Seasons (oersonification); Horai; Horae; Horae; Aktė; Karpo; Aksesija; Talo; Taletė; Hora; Aukso; Ksarpo</nowiki>
Horae 
goddesses of the seasons and the natural portions of time in Greek mythology
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  • group of Greek mythical characters
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Name in native language
  • Ὥραι
Has part(s)
  • Auxo
  • Carpo
  • Thallo
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Bibliothèque nationale de France ID: 14484471n
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English: The four classic Greek goddesses, allegories of time cycles (life time, or seasons of year), are Themis (associated to death and birth, or immortality) and her three daughters, the Horae (associated to lifetime, or seasons from spring to autumn): either Eunomia, Dike, and Eirene ; or originately Thallo, Auxo and Carpo. Later the number of Horae increased to ten, then twelve, to become allegories of hours of day.

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