Leucothea

In Greek mythology, Leucothea (Leukothea (Λευκοθέα), `white goddess`) was one of the aspects under which an ancient sea goddess was recognized, in this case as a transformed nymph. In the more familiar variant, Ino, the daughter of Cadmus, sister of Semele, and queen of Athamas, became a goddess after Hera drove her insane as a punishmen.....
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Leucothea

(Greek: White Goddess [of the Foam]), in Greek mythology, a sea goddess first mentioned in Homer`s Odyssey, in which she rescued the Greek hero ... [2 related articles]
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Leucothea

Leucothea (lOOkoth'ēu) , in Greek mythology, sea deity. In some legends she was the deification of Ino, the wife of Athamas; in others she was the deification of the sea nymph Halia, mother of Rhodos. The Romans identified Matuta with her.
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Leucothea

Leucothea was a friendly sea-goddess who assisted Odysseus in his dangerous voyage. She was the daughter of Cadmus and originally the wife of Athamas, in which capacity she bore the name of Ino. She had incurred the wrath of Hera because she had suckled the infant Bacchus, and was pursued by her raving husband and thrown into the sea where she was ...
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Leucothea

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Luther on 19 Apr 1855. Diameter in km: ±67. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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