The aurora is the dawn goddess of Roman mythology. In Greek mythology, it is referred to as rose-fingered Eos.

The god of the sun Helios and the sister of the moon god Selene, the dawn goddess Eos of the roses and the mother of Venus (the shepherd star) roses ascend from the ocean everywhere with a bright car of winged horses; Winds, stars and morning star.

Eos, Olymposlu asked the gods to make their loved one immortal like him, the gods pity him and fulfilled his wish, but they did not think that the god of the god would be prevented from aging. When the bugger who lived for centuries dried up and returned to the horticulture, EOS abandoned him or turned into a cricket that was the love of the goddess according to another myth.