|Greek goddesses of gracefulness and the
charms of beauty. They were the daughters of Zeus and
Eurynome. The gods were delighted when they danced to
Apollo's lyre. They were constant attendants of Aphrodite.
They were young, beautiful, modest, and perfectionists of
gracefulness. They were named Aglaea (splendor),
Euphrosyne (mirth), and Thalia (good cheer). Also known
as the Charites.