Amalthaea

Sibyl who brought Tarquin the nine books containing Rome's destiny; in Greek mythology, Amalthaea was the nurse of the infant Zeus, represented as a goat. ...
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Amalthaea

in Greek (originally Cretan) mythology, the foster mother of Zeus, king of the gods. She is sometimes represented as the goat that suckled the ... [1 related articles]
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Amalthaea

Amalthaea (ăm"ulthē'u) , in Greek mythology, the stepmother of Zeus, a she-goat or nymph who nursed the infant Zeus. It was said that Zeus made one of her magnificent horns into the cornucopia and set her image among the stars as the star Capella in the constellation Capricorn.
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