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A Nightingale
GNU Free Documentation LicenseA Nightingale - Credit: Orchi/Wikimedia Commons

Pandareus’ daughter, Aedon, was transformed into a nightingale by the gods after she accidentally killed her own son. As a nightingale, she forever cries her sorrowful lament for her lost child.

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Hypnos (Sleep) and his brother Thanatos (death) with the body of Sarpedon, red-figure calyx krater ca.515 BC
Public DomainHypnos (Sleep) and his brother Thanatos (death) with the body of Sarpedon, red-figure calyx krater ca.515 BC - Credit: Jaime Ardiles-Arce/Wikimedia Commons
The Greeks believed that dreams could hold hidden meanings, prophecies, or messages from the gods.