• Ancient Gods
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By Crusader1307

The Ancient Greeks personified much of their Deities and superstitions with imagery. Nyx was seen as a ''Goddess of Night'' – and all things relating to it. Nyx is seen as a Creationist Goddess, who was responsible for ''Sleep, Death and Darkness''. Unlike other Greek Gods, Nyx was one of the few who invokes fear in The Father of Gods, Zeus. She would later be adopted in Roman Religion as ''Selene'' with very much the same attributes.