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Hyperion (Greek deity)


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    • Υπερτ̔̈«”αε·ων (Greek deity)
    • Hiperión (Greek deity)
    • Гіперыён (Greek deity)
    • Hiperyi͡on (Greek deity)
    • Хиперион (Greek deity)
    • Khiperion (Greek deity)
    • Hiperió (Greek deity)
    • Hiperiono (Greek deity)
    • Iperione (Greek deity)
    • היפריון (Greek deity)
    • Hiperyon (Greek deity)
    • Hiperionas (Greek deity)
    • Hüperión (Greek deity)
    • ヒュペリーオーン (Greek deity)
    • Hyuperīōn (Greek deity)
    • Hiperião (Greek deity)
    • Гиперион (Greek deity)
    • Giperion (Greek deity)
    • Гіперіон (Greek deity)
    • 许珀里翁 (Greek deity)
    • Xupoliweng (Greek deity)
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    • found: Immortals, 2012:container (Hyperion)
    • found: Wikipedia, May 2, 2018:Hyperion (mythology) (In Greek mythology, Hyperion (Greek: Υπερτ̔̈«”αε·ων = Hyperiōn) was one of the twelve Titan children of Gaia (Earth) and Uranus (Sky or Heaven) who, led by Cronus, overthrew their father Uranus and were themselves later overthrown by the Olympians. With his sister, the Titaness Theia, Hyperion fathered Helios (Sun), Selene (Moon) and Eos (Dawn)) Asturian page (Hiperión) Belarusian page (Гіперыён = HiperyЋiЌon) Bulgarian page (Хиперион = Khiperion) Catalan page (HiperiЃo) Esperanto page (Hiperiono) Italian page (Iperione) Hebrew page (היפריון = Hiperyon) Lithuanian page (Hiperionas) Hungarian page (HЈuperiЃon) Macedonian page (Хиперион = Hiperion) Japanese page (ヒュペリーオーン = HyuperЅiЅon) Portuguese page (HiperiЁao) Russian page (Гиперион = Giperion) Ukrainian page (Гіперіон = Hiperion) Chinese page (许珀里翁 = Xupoliweng)
    • found: Encyclopædia Britannica online, May 2, 2018(Titan, in Greek mythology, any of the children of Uranus (Heaven) and Gaea (Earth) and their descendants. According to Hesiod's Theogony, there were 12 original Titans: the brothers Oceanus, Coeus, Crius, Hyperion, Iapetus, and Cronus and the sisters Thea, Rhea, Themis, Mnemosyne, Phoebe, and Tethys)
    • found: Theoi Project website, May 2, 2018(Hyperion was the Titan god of heavenly light, one of the sons of Ouranos (Uranus, Heaven) and Gaia (Gaea, Earth), and the father of the lights of heaven--Eos the Dawn, Helios the Sun, and Selene the Moon. Greek name: Υπεριων = Hyperiōn) - http://www.theoi.com/Titan/TitanHyperion.html
    • found: GreekGods.org, May 2, 2018(Hyperion was a Titan god of light or sunlight and was associated with watching and observation from above. He was also known as a Pillar of east. Together with his other three brothers, Crius, Coeus and Iapetus, they presided as the Pillars of holding Heaven and Earth apart. He was one of six sons of Uranus and Gaea; While most of the authors are identifying Hyperion as a unique character, Homer is equating Helios and Hyperion as one and the same character and it can be seen in both of his epics, the Iliad and the Odyssey)
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    • 2018-05-02: new
    • 2018-08-03: revised
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