t h e g r a e a e were three ancient sea-daimones who personified the white foam of the sea. they were the daughters of the sea-deities phorcys and ceto and sisters to the gorgons. the graeae took the form of old grey-haired women; though at times, poets euphemistically described them as “beautiful.” their age was so great that a human childhood for them was hardly conceivable. they shared one eye and one tooth, which they took turns using.
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PERSEUS Steals The Eye From the Graeae by Peter Connolly. "The Graeae (Old Women) were the sisters of the Gorgons, & were blind & toothless, apart from a single eye & a single tooth which they shared among them. Perseus needed information from them for his quest to fetch the head of the Gorgon Medusa, so Perseus stole from them their single eye & tooth forcing them to tell him." - J. R. March's Dictionary of Classical Mythology/user: Aethon
The Graeae - Soni Alcorn-Hender by Pernastudios.deviantart.com on @deviantART
Centre stage … Graeae's production of The Threepenny Opera.