, the daughter of Atlas, bore to Zeus glorious Hermes, the herald of the deathless gods, for she went up into his holy bed.
And Semele, daughter of Cadmus was joined with him in love and bore him a splendid son, joyous Dionysus,—a mortal woman an immortal son. And now they both are gods.
And Alcmena was joined in love with Zeus who drives the clouds and bore mighty Heracles.
And Hephaestus, the famous Lame One, made Aglaea, youngest of the Graces, his buxom wife.
And golden-haired Dionysus made brown-haired Ariadne, the daughter of Minos, his buxom wife: and the son of Cronos made her deathless and unageing for him.
And mighty Heracles, the valiant son of neat-ankled Alcmena, when he had finished his grievous toils, made Hebe the child of great Zeus and goldshod Hera his shy wife in snowy Olympus
. Happy he! For he has finished his great work
and lives amongst the undying gods, untroubled and unaging all his days.
And Perseis, the daughter of Ocean
, bore to unwearying Helios Circe and Aeetes the king. And Aeetes, the son of Helios who shows light to men,
took to wife fair-cheeked Idyia, daughter of Ocean
the perfect stream, by the will of the gods: and she was subject to him in love through golden Aphrodite and bore him neat-ankled Medea.