The Kharites (also known as The Charites or The Graces) were Thaleia (not to be confused with the muse or Sicilian nymph who share the same name), Aglaia (not to be confused with the daughter of Thespius who bears the same name) and Euphrosyne.

were the three goddesses of grace, beauty, adornment, mirth, festivity, dance and song. The Kharites were attendants of the goddesses Aphrodite and Hera.

Aglaia, was the wife of Hephaistos who were the parents of Eukleia, Euthenia, Eupheme & Philophrosyne all of whom were Younger Kharites

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