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Carpo ( Καρπώ ), Carpho or Xarpo was the one who brings food-though Robert Graves in The Greek Myths ( 1955 ) translates this name as " withering ") was in charge of autumn, ripening, and harvesting, as well as guarding the way to Mount Olympus and letting back the clouds surrounding the mountain if one of the gods left.
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Auco, Eunomia ( Order ), Pherusa, Carpo ( Fruit ), Dike ( Justice ), Euporie or Euporia, Irene ( Peace ), Orthosie and Thallo.
Carpo is about 3 kilometres ( 1. 9 miles ) in diameter, and orbits Jupiter at an average distance of 17. 145 Gm in 458. 625 days, at an inclination of 56 ° to the ecliptic ( 55 ° to Jupiter's equator ), and with a high eccentricity of 0. 4316.
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The number of Horae varied according to different sources, but was most commonly three, either the trio of Thallo, Auxo and Carpo, who were goddesses of the order of nature ; or Eunomia, Diké, and Eirene, who were law-and-order goddesses.
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In one variant emphasizing their fruitful aspect, Thallo, Auxo, and Carpo — the goddesses of the three seasons the Greeks recognized: spring, summer and autumn — were worshipped primarily amongst rural farmers throughout Greece.
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In Argos two, rather than three Horae were recognised, presumably summer and winter: Damia ( possibly another name for Carpo ) and Auxesia.
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