Euphrosyne ("Good Cheer"), and Thalia ("Festivities"). Also known as the Charites (Greek Mythology name) or Gratiae by the Romans. They appear in many works
The Charites (also called Charities, Kharites, Gratia or Graces) were three goddesses from Ancient Greece and Rome. They were the goddesses of charm, beauty, dance, and song. They were the attendants to Hera and Aphrodite.