In Greek meethologie, Thanatos (Greek: Θάνατος [Auncient Greek: [tʰánatos]] "Daith",[1] frae θνῄσκω thnēskō "tea die, be dyin"[2][3]) wis the personification o daith.

Thanatos
Personification o Daith
Column temple Artemis Ephesos BM Sc1206 n3.jpg
Thanatos as a weenged an sword-girt youth. Sculptured marble column drum frae the Temple o Artemis at Ephesos, c. 325–300 BC.
AbodeUnnerwarld
SymbolTheta, Poppy, Butterflee, Sword, Inverted Torch
Personal Information
ParentsNyx, Erebus
SiblinsHypnos, Nemesis, Eris, Keres, Oneiroi, an mony ithers
Roman equivalentMors

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