Greek Myths (old): Nyx Picture

Nyx is the goddess of night in greek mythology so the black cloak/veil and midnight blue dress and pale complexion suit her.
She also has a swirl of darkness over her. She is the mother of Hemera, Aether, Hypnos, Moros, Nemesis, Thanatos, and Morpheus and is the wife of Erebus the god of darkness.
Her siblings are Erebus (don't get surprised brothers often marry their sisters in this world, apparently it was considered normal back then), Gaia and Tartarus.
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