Eos (Greek) and Aurora (Roman), in Greco-Roman mythology, is the personification of the dawn. According to the Greek poet Hesiod’s Theogony, she was the daughter of the Titan Hyperion and the Titaness Theia and sister of Helios, the sun god, and Selene, the moon goddess. By the Titan Astraeus, she was the mother of the winds Zephyrus, Notus, and Voreas, and Hesperus (the Evening Star) and the other stars. Aurora was also represented as the lover of the hunter Orion and the youthful hunter Cephalus. Her most famous lover was the Trojan Tithonus, for whom she gained from Zeus the gift of immortality but forgot to ask for eternal youth. As a result, Tithonus grew ever older and weaker. As a result, Tithonus grew ever older and weaker, while Aurora remained young and beautiful. She couldn’t stand this for her lover and asked God’s intervention, who transformed him into a cicada, the summer ever tweeting insect.