Thanatos was, in Greek and Roman Mythology, the God of Death, therefore, the PERSONIFICATION of death, however, not the fatal death but the light and necessary death. Check out more about this God below.
SONS OF HYPERION IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY
LEGEND OF THIS TITAN
Their children are: Eos, Helius and Selene
SONS OF HYPERION: EOS
SONS OF HYPERION: HELIUS
Check: Cronus - Greek God of Time
SONS OF HYPERION: SELENE
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