Philotes

Philotes

Philotes

Philotes was a minor primordial deity in Greek mythology, the spirit of friendship and affection. She was a daughter of Nyx (night) alone. She was considered the opposite of the Neikea (the Feuds).

See Also: Nyx

Philotes Q&A

Who was Philotes?

Philotes was a minor primordial deity in Greek mythology, the spirit of friendship and affection. She was a daughter of Nyx (night) alone.

Who were the parents of Philotes?

The parent of Philotes was Nyx.

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