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In Roman mythology, Dies (“day”) was the personification of day.

She was the daughter of Chaos and Caligo (Mist), and the counterpart of the Greek goddess Hemera. Cicero also says that Dies and Caelus were the parents of Mercury, the Roman counterpart of Hermes.

Hemera, the goddess of the daytime (source)

Featured image: Night and Her Children Aither and Hemera (Hesiod, Theogony) 


Genius, the divine element of a person, place or thing

Mercury, the God of Financial Gain & Commerce

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