Eos, the goddess of the dawn, the daughter of Hyperion, and the sister of Helios and Selene.
They entered the mansion on the disk, and Eos sent it sharply upward.
He did not think of it, but Feronia now sat where Eos herself had spent many a sad hour, sitting and gazing at her dead lovers.
"That will take some thought," said Eos, her face full of indecision.
Over the rosy skirts of Eos hung a full and heavy robe of swelling grey and black clouds, edged with a fringe of sheeny gold.
But if you would learn the splendour of this castle it is an easy matter, for Eos hung the walls of it with Dawn and Sunset.
Eos got up from the board, and went to a small chamber at the edge of the disk.
For she thought that these were people who had angered Eos and that Eos had changed them into stone.
Eos led him into a great feasting chamber, and Druga saw there a great host of men sitting, as to a feast, side by side.
I took it up only at that period when Joshua Daunton first made his application to me to be allowed to enter the Eos.