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People/Characters: Clotho

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TitlesOrder
The Alcestiad: Or, A Life In the Sun by Thornton Wilder
Bulfinch's Mythology by Thomas Bulfinchone of the Fates
Clotho the Fate (Goddess Girls) by Joan Holub
Cybermancy by Kelly McCullough
Do You Think You're Clever? The Oxford and Cambridge Questions by John Farndon
Dragonswan by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Fantasy Lover by Sherrilyn Kenyonone of the Fates
Hercules [1997 animated film] by John Musker
The Inquisitor's Tale: Or, The Three Magical Children and Their Holy Dog by Adam Gidwitz
Insomnia by Stephen King
The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan
Oh My Gods! (OMGs) by Stephanie Cooke
Shelf Life: Fantastic Stories Celebrating Bookstores by Greg Ketter
A Snag in the Tapestry by Amethyst Marie
La Sève et le Givre by Léa Silholnot in English Common Knowledge
Utterly Charming by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
With a Tangled Skein by Piers Anthony
Xena Warrior Princess - Season Six by Lucy LawlessLeah Mizrahi
Xena Warrior Princess: Season 2 by Sam RaimiRebecca Kopacka
Xena: Warrior Princess - Season Five by Lucy Lawless
Xena: Warrior Princess - Season Three by Lucy LawlessSamantha Adriaanse

Character description

Clotho (/ˈkloʊθoʊ/; Greek: Κλωθώ) is a mythological figure. She is the youngest of the Three Fates or Moirai who spin the thread of Life; the other two draw out (Lachesis) and cut (Atropos) in ancient Greek mythology. Her Roman equivalent is Nona. Clotho was responsible for spinning the thread of human life. She also made major decisions, such as when a person was born, thus in effect controlling people's lives. This power enabled her not only to choose who was born, but also to decide when gods or mortals were to be saved or put to death. For example, Clotho brought Pelops back to life when his father boiled and killed him. [Wikipedia]

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