Alkyonides Emblems Picture

Three small moons orbit between Mimas and Enceladus: Methone, Anthe, and Pallene. Named after the Alkyonides of Greek mythology, they are some of the smallest moons in the Saturn system. All Alkyonides possess very faint ring arcs along their orbits.

The Alkyonides were, in Greek mythology, the seven daughters of Alcyoneus. When their father was slain by Heracles, they threw themselves into the sea, and were transformed into halcyons (kingfishers) by Amphitrite. They were Alkippe, Anthe, Asteria, Chthonia, Drimo, Methone, Pallene and Phthonia or Phosthonia.
Senra, the Lady of the Sun
Anthe Flag
Alkyonides Emblems
Pallene Flag
Ebenos, Lord of the Night [Ref]