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Hyperion In Greek mythology, sometimes said to be the original Sun god. He was one of the Titans, the son of Uranus and Gaea, and the father of Helios (the Sun), Selene (the Moon) and Eos (the dawn). He is the subject of an incomplete epic poem (1818–19) of the same name by John Keats.

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Hyperion (in Greek religion and mythology)

Hyperion, in Greek religion and mythology, a Titan. He was the husband of his sister Theia and the father by her of Helios, Selene, and Eos. It is sometimes said that he was the original sun god.

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Hyperion

Hyperion in Greek mythology, one of the Titans, father of the sun, moon, and dawn.

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