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  • Title of a 2004 episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent. According to a Law & Order fan site, The episode title "Eosphoros" comes from the Greek name for the morning star. Eosphoros means "bringer of dawn," and was their name for the planet Venus when it appeared in the eastern or morning sky. "Morning Star", in Christian theology, is also one of the names of Lucifer, the archangel cast from heaven for leading a revolt of angels against God.

    April 8, 2009