Creusa

In Greek mythology, four people had the name Creusa (ə; Κρέουσα Kreousa); the name simply means `princess`. ==Naiad== According to Pindar`s 9th Pythian Ode, Creusa was a Naiad and daughter of Gaia who bore Hypseus, future King of the Lapiths, to the river god Peneus. Through Hypseus she was grandmother of Cyrene, one of the best known l......
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Creüsa

In Greek mythology, another name for Glauce, second wife of Jason. ...
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Creüsa

In Greek mythology, mother of Janus and Ion by Apollo. She abandoned Ion at his birth and married Xuthus; they were told by the Delphic oracle to adopt Ion. Creüsa planned to poison her son, but he...
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Creüsa

In Roman mythology, the wife of Aeneas and mother of Ascanius; she died on the night of the fall of Troy. ...
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Creusa

wife of Aeneas killed during the destruction of Troy.
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Creusa

Wife of Aeneas; died fleeing Troy.
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