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Iris- Arcus

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Iris, The Goddess of the Rainbow
Eight Facts
1) The Peacock was Iris's favorite bird.
2)The Greeks used the word Iris to describe any colored circle like a peacocks tail.
3)Iris was one of the few olympians being able to travel to the underworld.
4) Her name meaning Iris; the rainbow, and Eiris; messenger.
5)Iris was the servant of Hera and the messenger of Zeus.
6)Iris (in some stories was an unmarried virgin) is know to have married Zephyr and have given birth to Eros (also know as cupid).
7) Iris's rainbow eventually became a symbol of hope.
8) Iris's rain came when she dispatched: she flung open her golden wings into the air leaving a rainbow trailing behind.
Bibliography
Atsma, Aaron J. Greek Goddess of the Rainbow. 2011. 6 October 2014.
Daly, Kathleen. Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z. New York : Facts on File, 2004.
Goddess Guide.com. Iris The Rainbow Goddess. 2013. 7 October 2014.
Greek Gods- Info. Iris The Greek Goddess of the Rainbow. 2014. 7 October 2014.
Muten, Burleigh. Goddesses A World of Myth and Magic. Cambridge: Barefoot Books, 2003.


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Bibliography
Atsma, Aaron J. Greek Goddess of the Rainbow. 2011. 6 October 2014.
Daly, Kathleen. Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z. New York : Facts on File, 2004.
Goddess Guide.com. Iris The Rainbow Goddess. 2013. 7 October 2014.
Greek Gods- Info. Iris The Greek Goddess of the Rainbow. 2014. 7 October 2014.
Muten, Burleigh. Goddesses A World of Myth and Magic. Cambridge: Barefoot Books, 2003.

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Bibliography
Atsma, Aaron J. Greek Goddess of the Rainbow. 2011. 6 October 2014.
Daly, Kathleen. Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z. New York : Facts on File, 2004.
Goddess Guide.com. Iris The Rainbow Goddess. 2013. 7 October 2014.
Greek Gods- Info. Iris The Greek Goddess of the Rainbow. 2014. 7 October 2014.
Muten, Burleigh. Goddesses A World of Myth and Magic. Cambridge: Barefoot Books, 2003.

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Bibliography
Atsma, Aaron J. Greek Goddess of the Rainbow. 2011. 6 October 2014.
Daly, Kathleen. Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z. New York : Facts on File, 2004.
Goddess Guide.com. Iris The Rainbow Goddess. 2013. 7 October 2014.
Greek Gods- Info. Iris The Greek Goddess of the Rainbow. 2014. 7 October 2014.
Muten, Burleigh. Goddesses A World of Myth and Magic. Cambridge: Barefoot Books, 2003.

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Bibliography
Atsma, Aaron J. Greek Goddess of the Rainbow. 2011. 6 October 2014.
Daly, Kathleen. Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z. New York : Facts on File, 2004.
Goddess Guide.com. Iris The Rainbow Goddess. 2013. 7 October 2014.
Greek Gods- Info. Iris The Greek Goddess of the Rainbow. 2014. 7 October 2014.
Muten, Burleigh. Goddesses A World of Myth and Magic. Cambridge: Barefoot Books, 2003.

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Iris -Arcus- Goddess of the Rainbow
Iris is aso know as the Goddess of the Sea and Sky.

Iris's job
Iris was the servant of Hera and the messenger of Zeus.

Whenever the Gods or Goddesses proclaimed a solemn oath, Iris soared through the sky and the sea to the Underworld, where she fetched a cup of water from the River Styx. As the Gods spoke their promises, Iris slowly poured the water from the cup as a gesture to ensure the Oath's thruth.
Family Members
The Great TITAN Thaumus was Iris's father (in some stories known as the God of the Sea) and her Mother, Elektra, known as "The Amber." The Harpies (evil winged monsters) were the sibling of Iris.
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