Eos (Greek)/Aurora (Roman)
Goddess of the dawn.
Eos was the daughter of Hyperion and Theia. Every morning she would drive across the sky in a chariot to Mount Olympus; there, she would announce the rising of Helius, her brother the sun, and the fading of Selene, her sister the moon.
Eos was the mother of four sons: Zephyrus, Boreas, and Notus, also known as the winds, and Eosphorus, the morning star. Eos kidnapped most of her young lovers. Aphrodite was annoyed with Eos for once sleeping with Ares and changed her into a nymphomaniac as a punishment. Mortified, she seduced lover after lover, including the giant, Orion (son of Poseidon). She eventually had two more sons with her favorite lover, Tithonus. Her new sons’ names were Memnon and Emathion.