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Who Are the Dioscouri?


In Greek and Roman mythology, Castor and Pollux Troy were the twin sons of Leda, which made them Helen of Troy's brothers.   Pollux's father was Zeus; Castor's was Tyndareus. They are known collectively in Greek as the Dioskouroi or Dioscuri, meaning "sons of Zeus".

In the myth, Pollux was immortal but Castor was mortal. When Castor died, Pollux asked Zeus to let him share his immortality with his twin brother to keep them together, so Zeus transformed them into the brightest stars in the Gemini constellation.

To us, they signifiy the inseparable nature of Form and Function.