Eileithyia

Eileithyia or Ilithyia (ə; Εἰλείθυια) was the Greek goddess of childbirth. ==Etymology and primary sources== According to some authors her name does not have an Indo-European etymology, which for R. F. Willets strengthens her link to Minoan culture. `The links between Eileithyia, an earlier Minoan goddess, and a still earlier Neolithic....
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Eileithyia

Eileithyia: In Greek mythology, a protector of women who, with her mother Hera, was often called upon during childbirth.
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Eileithyia

goddess of midwifery and the pangs of childbirth; daughter of Hera and Zeus.
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Eileithyia

pre-Hellenic goddess of childbirth, who hindered or facilitated the process according to her disposition. She is mentioned in several Linear B ... [2 related articles]
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