From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kallone (Greek Καλλονή "beauty") is one third of the Greek trio of gods comprising Fate, Birth and Beauty; or Moira, Eileithyia and Kallone respectively. She is described in Plato's Symposium as an aspect of birth:
- This thing, pregnancy and bringing to birth, is divine, and it is immortal in the animal that is mortal. It is impossible for this to happen in the unfitting; and the ugly is unfitting with everything divine, but the beautiful is fitting. So Kallone is the Moira and Eileithyia for birth.
- Seth Benardete (trans.) (2001). Plato's Symposium. University of Chicago Press.
|This article relating to a Greek deity is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|