Greek: Nux
Transliteration: Nyx
Translation: Night
Roman Name: Nox

NYX was the ancient personification of night and one of the PROTOGENOI (first born gods). She rode across the sky in a two horse chariot drawing her dark mists across the sky. Daughter of Air (Khaos), she was the mother of Light (Aither) and Day (Hemera) and a large family of spirits. One of the most ancient of goddesses it was said that even Zeus held her in awe and feared doing anything to displease her.

Nyx was depicted as a winged goddess.

Parents: KHAOS and PHANES

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