Adrastea

Greek - A Cretan nymph. Daughter of Melisseus. Sister of Ida and Melissa. She and her sisters nursed the infant Zeus when he was hidden on Crete to prevent his father Cronus from swallowing him. Occasionally referred to as Adrastea, Adrasteia, Adrasteia, Adrastia, Adrastia, Nemesis, Nemesis, Leda, Rhamnusia, Phrygian Ida, Rhea, Rhea, Idaean Mother, Rheia, Rheie, Phrygian Cybele, Roman Magna Mater, Mater Turrita or Ops.
Greek - One of the 2 primordial deities present. At the beginning of the world. A name for Nemesis as a goddess of justice. In some accounts, she was the mother of the Dactyls. In some lore, occasionally known as Adrastea, Adrasteia, Adrasteia, Adrastia, Adrastia, Nemesis, Nemesis, Leda, Rhamnusia, Phrygian Ida, Rhea, Rhea, Idaean Mother, Rheia, Rheie, Phrygian Cybele, Roman Magna Mater, Mater Turrita or Ops.
Greek - A name for Rhea as goddess of justice. Known as Adrastea, Adrasteia, Adrasteia, Adrastia, Adrastia, Nemesis, Nemesis, Leda, Rhamnusia, Phrygian Ida, Rhea, Rhea, Idaean Mother, Rheia, Rheie, Phrygian Cybele, Roman Magna Mater, Mater Turrita or Ops.

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