God of the Sun, Helios rides a chariot drawn by horses through the sky, bringing light to the earth. The journey of the Sun, begin in the East and end in the West, at which point Helios completes his daily rounds and floats back to his Eastern palace in a golden bowl.
Helios is the son of two Titans - Theia and Hyperion, Helios is also the brother of Eos and Selene.
Helios was also the father to some important characters. With his wife, the Oceanid Perseis, Helios has three legendary children - Circe, Pasiphae, and Aeetes . The god also had numerous relationships with women that resulted in the birth of offspring.
also known by the name Sol by the Practorians.
The Chariot of the Sun
The fiery chariot driven across the sky by Helios
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