Aura

Aura

Aura

Aura was a deity that represented the gentle breeze of the early morning. It appearedĀ both in Greek and Roman mythology. She was the daughter of Lelantos and Periboa. It is also said that Aurae were similar to ghosts, having the ability to disappear into the air.

Aura Q&A

Who was Aura?

Aura was a deity that represented the gentle breeze of the early morning. It appearedĀ both in Greek and Roman mythology.

Who were the parents of Aura?

The parent of Aura was Lelantos.

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