Hegemone

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For the Jupiter moon, see Hegemone (moon).

Hegemone (Ἡγεμόνη) was a Greek goddess of plants, specifically making them bloom and bear fruit as they were supposed to. Her name means "mastery".

According to Pausanias, Hegemone was a name given by the Athenians to one of the Graces. Auxo represented the spring, and Hegemone autumn.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Adrian Room. Who's Who in Classical Mythology, P. 151 [1]