Selene in Wikipedia
In Greek mythology, Selene (Greek Σελήνη /selɛ́ːnɛː/ 'moon';
Doric Σελάνα; Aeolic Σελάννα) was an archaic lunar deity and
the daughter of the Titans Hyperion and Theia. In Roman
mythology, the moon goddess is called Luna, Latin for "moon".
Like most moon deities, Selene plays a fairly large role in
her pantheon, which preceded the Olympic pantheon. However,
Selene, a Titan, was eventually largely supplanted by Artemis,
an Olympian; the Romans similarly deemed Luna predecessor to
Diana. In the collection known as the Homeric hymns, there is
a Hymn to Selene (xxxii), paired with the hymn to Helios. In
it, Selene is addressed as "far-winged", an epithet ordinarily
applied to birds. Selene is mentioned in Nonnus, Dionysiaca
48.581; Pausanias 5.1.4; and Strabo 14.1.6...