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[1.1] ZELOS , NIKE , KRATOS , BIA (by Styx ) (Hesiod Theogony 383, Apollodorus 1.8)
[1.2] ZELOS , NIKE , KRATOS , BIA , FOUNTAINS, LAKES (by Styx ) (Hyginus Preface)
[2.1] SELENE (Homeric Hymn 4.100)
[2.2] EOS , SELENE (Ovid Fasti 4.373)
[2.3] EOS (Valerius Flaccus 2.72)

PALLAS (Pallas). 1. A son of Crius and Eurybia, was one of the Titans, and brother of Astraeus and Perses. He was married to Styx, by whom he became the father of Zelus, Cratos, Bia, and Nice. (Hes. Theog. 376, 383; Paus. vii. 26. § 5, viii. 18, § 1; Apollod. i. 2. § 2, 4.) 2. A son of Megamedes, and father of Selene. (Hom. Hymn. in Merc. 100.) 3. A giant, who, in the fight with the gods, was slain by Athena, and flayed by her. (Apollod. i. 6. § 2.) 4. According to some traditions, the father of Athena, who slew him as he was on the point of violating her. (Cic. De Nat. Deor. iii. 23; Tzetz. ad Lyc. 355.)

Hesiod, Theogony 375 ff (trans. Evelyn-White) (Greek epic C8th or C7th B.C.) :
"And Eurybia (Wide-Power), bright goddess, was joined in love to Krios (Crius, Ram) and bare great Astraios (Astraeus, Starry), and Pallas (Warrior), and Perses (Destroyer)."

nota: The interplanetary space is far from empty, it is littered with dust and matter dating from the creation of the solar system. Asteroids are mainly located in the main belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter (between 300 and 600 million km from the Sun). There are hundreds of thousands of objects listed. All objects could have formed a planet in the area but the gravitational perturbations of Jupiter did not permit.

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[1.1] ZELOS , NIKE , KRATOS , BIA (by Styx ) (Hesiod Theogony 383, Apollodorus 1.8)
[1.2] ZELOS , NIKE , KRATOS , BIA , FOUNTAINS, LAKES (by Styx ) (Hyginus Preface)
[2.1] SELENE (Homeric Hymn 4.100)
[2.2] EOS , SELENE (Ovid Fasti 4.373)
[2.3] EOS (Valerius Flaccus 2.72)

PALLAS (Pallas). 1. A son of Crius and Eurybia, was one of the Titans, and brother of Astraeus and Perses. He was married to Styx, by whom he became the father of Zelus, Cratos, Bia, and Nice. (Hes. Theog. 376, 383; Paus. vii. 26. § 5, viii. 18, § 1; Apollod. i. 2. § 2, 4.) 2. A son of Megamedes, and father of Selene. (Hom. Hymn. in Merc. 100.) 3. A giant, who, in the fight with the gods, was slain by Athena, and flayed by her. (Apollod. i. 6. § 2.) 4. According to some traditions, the father of Athena, who slew him as he was on the point of violating her. (Cic. De Nat. Deor. iii. 23; Tzetz. ad Lyc. 355.)

Hesiod, Theogony 375 ff (trans. Evelyn-White) (Greek epic C8th or C7th B.C.) :
"And Eurybia (Wide-Power), bright goddess, was joined in love to Krios (Crius, Ram) and bare great Astraios (Astraeus, Starry), and Pallas (Warrior), and Perses (Destroyer)."

nota: The interplanetary space is far from empty, it is littered with dust and matter dating from the creation of the solar system. Asteroids are mainly located in the main belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter (between 300 and 600 million km from the Sun). There are hundreds of thousands of objects listed. All objects could have formed a planet in the area but the gravitational perturbations of Jupiter did not permit.

an asteroid first observed by H. Olbers in 1802 and the second asteroid to be discovered. It is one of the four largest and brightest asteroids, whose diameters have proved possible to measure. Pallas has an approximate diameter of 490 km, a mean distance from the sun of 2.77 astronomical units, an average stellar magnitude of 8.0, and an orbit inclined toward the plane of the ecliptic at a relatively large angle i — 34.8°. The asteroid is named after the ancient Greek goddess Pallas Athena.

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[1.1] ZELOS , NIKE , KRATOS , BIA (by Styx ) (Hesiod Theogony 383, Apollodorus 1.8)
[1.2] ZELOS , NIKE , KRATOS , BIA , FOUNTAINS, LAKES (by Styx ) (Hyginus Preface)
[2.1] SELENE (Homeric Hymn 4.100)
[2.2] EOS , SELENE (Ovid Fasti 4.373)
[2.3] EOS (Valerius Flaccus 2.72)

PALLAS (Pallas). 1. A son of Crius and Eurybia, was one of the Titans, and brother of Astraeus and Perses. He was married to Styx, by whom he became the father of Zelus, Cratos, Bia, and Nice. (Hes. Theog. 376, 383; Paus. vii. 26. § 5, viii. 18, § 1; Apollod. i. 2. § 2, 4.) 2. A son of Megamedes, and father of Selene. (Hom. Hymn. in Merc. 100.) 3. A giant, who, in the fight with the gods, was slain by Athena, and flayed by her. (Apollod. i. 6. § 2.) 4. According to some traditions, the father of Athena, who slew him as he was on the point of violating her. (Cic. De Nat. Deor. iii. 23; Tzetz. ad Lyc. 355.)

Hesiod, Theogony 375 ff (trans. Evelyn-White) (Greek epic C8th or C7th B.C.) :
"And Eurybia (Wide-Power), bright goddess, was joined in love to Krios (Crius, Ram) and bare great Astraios (Astraeus, Starry), and Pallas (Warrior), and Perses (Destroyer)."


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