Amalthea

Greek - Daughter of Melissus, regarded as a goat. She is variously referred to as the goat nymph or a she goat that suckled the infant Zeus. Zeus is said to have broken off one horn and decreed that it should always be full of food and drink (cornu copiae horn of plenty). In some accounts Zeus placed the horn in the heavens as the constellation Capricornus. Occasionally referred to as Amalthea, Amaltheia, Amaltheia, Amalthea, Amalthea, goat, goat, Sibyl of Cumae, Sibyl of Cumae, Amalthea, Amphyrisian Prophetess, Cumaean Sibyl, Deiphobe, Demophile, Erythraean Sibyl, Herophile, Sibylline Books, Amphrysian Prophetess or Herophile.
Greek - A goat skin worn by Zeus, later made. Into Athena's shield. In some accounts, called Amalthea, Amaltheia, Amaltheia, Amalthea, Amalthea, goat, goat, Sibyl of Cumae, Sibyl of Cumae, Amalthea, Amphyrisian Prophetess, Cumaean Sibyl, Deiphobe, Demophile, Erythraean Sibyl, Herophile, Sibylline Books, Amphrysian Prophetess or Herophile.

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