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Eos (Greek deity)

LC control no.no2017053074
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingEos (Greek deity)
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Variant(s)Aōs (Greek deity)
Auōs (Greek deity)
E luo si (Greek deity)
E-oseu (Greek deity)
Ėas (Greek deity)
Eja (Greek deity)
Eoso (Greek deity)
Ēōsu (Greek deity)
Éósz (Greek deity)
Ἔως (Greek deity)
Ἠώς (Greek deity)
Αὔως (Greek deity)
Ἀώς (Greek deity)
Эас (Greek deity)
Еос (Greek deity)
에오스 (Greek deity)
אאוס (Greek deity)
エーオース (Greek deity)
厄俄斯 (Greek deity)
See alsoMater Matuta (Roman deity)
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Aurora (Roman deity)
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Associated countryGreece
Field of activitySun--Rising and setting
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inNievo, Stanislao. Mater Matuta, 1998.
Wikipedia, 25 April 2017 (Eos; Ἔως; Ἠώς; Αὔως; Ἀώς; the Romans made her equivalent to the dawn goddess Aurora and the the indigious Latin goddess Mater Matuta; Titaness; goddess of the dawn; other forms of name: Эас; Еос; Eja; Eoso; 에오스; אאוס; Éósz; エーオース; 厄俄斯)
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