Hemera was the personification of day and one of the Greek primordial deities. The goddess of the daytime. She was possibly the daughter of Erebus and Nyx (the goddess of night) or Nyx and Chronos. She was the female counterpart of her brother and consort Aether (Light) but neither of them figured actively in myth or cult. Hyginus lists their children as Uranus, Gaia, and Thalassa (the primordial sea goddess), while Hesiod only lists Thalassa as their child.
Napoleon's son, Napoleon François Charles Joseph Bonaparte, also known as the King of Rome, Napoleon II, the Prince of Parma and the Duke of Reichstadt. Born March 20, 1811. Painting by Thomas Lawrence, 1818-1819.
Ops was yet another ancient Roman fertility goddess who was known by several different names, such as Rhea, Cybele, Bona Dea, Magna Mater, Thya, and Tellus. She married Saturn and bore a child to him that she called Jupiter. The Opalia festival, observed on December 19, when a sacrifice to Ops was made in the temple of Saturn, was actually only one of the two holidays held in her praise.