Thalia

Thalia

Thalia

Thalia was one of the three Charites (Graces) in Greek mythology, the other two being her sisters Aglaea and Euphrosyne. Their father was Zeus, and their mother was either the Oceanid Eurynome, or Eunomia, the goddess of lawful order. Thalia was the goddess of festivity.

See Also: Charites, Aglaea, Euphrosyne, Zeus, Eurynome

Thalia Q&A

Who was Thalia?

Thalia was one of the three Charites (Graces) in Greek mythology, the other two being her sisters Aglaea and Euphrosyne. Their father was Zeus, and their mother was either the Oceanid Eurynome, or Eunomia, the goddess of lawful order.

Who were the parents of Thalia?

The parents of Thalia were Zeus and Eurynome.

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