Castor and Pollux

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A pair of Roman statuettes (3rd century AD) depicting the Dioscuri as horsemen.

Castor and Pollux were twin brothers in Greek and Roman mythology. Together they are called the Dioscuri. They were the sons of Leda. Their twin sisters were Helen of Troy and Clytemnestra. Castor and Pollux were changed into the constellation called Gemini.