In Greek mythology, Hegemone (Ancient Greek: Ἡγεμόνη means "mastery" derived from hegemon "leader, ruler, queen") was a Greek goddess of plants, specifically making them bloom and bear fruit. According to Pausanias, Hegemone was a name given by the Athenians to one of the Graces. Auxo represented the spring, and Hegemone autumn.
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