Chloris was the goddess of flowers (Greek equivalent of Flora).
Whenever she talked, flowers came from her breath.
Chloris wasn't a Greek goddess. She was a nymph most commonly associated with springtime and flowers.
The Roman goddess Flora was identified with Greek Chloris.
Chloris is the Greek goddess of flowers, and the personification of spring. She is the wife of Zephyrus, and her Roman counterpart is Floris.
powers of greek goddess mnemosyne
The greek goddess athena's powers were the goddess of wisdom, war, and crafts
There is no Greek goddess called Alethea.
No. The Greek Chloris who was the equivalent of the Roman Flora had a son with Zephyros named Karpos (Fruit).
carpus is the Greek god of fruit, son of Zephyrus, the god of west wind and Chloris, goddess of fruits and flowers
Maia is the goddess of growth
The goddess Aphordite's powers was the power of love, seduction, and arosole.
Ovid suggests Oceanus was her father, although it is not stated in any Greek or Roman mythology. Chloris the Greek goddess identified with Flora, was the wife of Zephyros the west wind and mother of Karpos.
The word "floral" comes from the Roman goddess, Flora - goddess of flowers and the season of Spring. Her Greek counterpart was the nymph, Chloris, from whom we get the word "chlorophyll"
she didnt have any super powers....but she was the greek queen of gods in the greek mythology
Iris is the goddess of Raindows and Athena is the Goddess OS wisdom
She is goddess of Dawn