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The three Moirae , part of A Golden Thread, John Strudwick , 1885.

In Greek mythology, Lachesis (Λάχεσις) was the second of the Three Fates, or Moirae (Μοῖραι). She was the apportioner, deciding how much time for life was to be allowed for each person or being.

Lachesis, with scissors (Source)

Lachesis, J.W. Waterhouse

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