Anna

British - Daughter of Uther and Igraine. Sister of Arthur. Wife of Lot or Budicius. Mother of Denw by Lot. Mother of Hoel by Budicius some say. Some accounts say that she was born to Arthur's parents some time after the birth of Arthur. In some accounts she is referred to as Ermine. Sometimes called Anna, Ana, Ana, Anan, Anu, Anne, Anne, Anna, Morgause, Gwyar, Gwyar, Anna or Gore.
Celtic - A mother-goddess. At times, referred to as Anna, Ana, Ana, Anan, Anu, Anne, Anne, Anna, Morgause, Gwyar, Gwyar, Anna or Gore.
Greek - A goddess. Some versions make her the sister of Belus, in others she is identified with Io, Minerva or Themis. Also known as Anna, Ana, Ana, Anan, Anu, Anne, Anne, Anna, Morgause, Gwyar, Gwyar, Anna or Gore.
Greek - Daughter of Mutto. Sister of Dido. She fled to Libya with Dido after Sychaeus was killed by Pygmalion, helping establish the city of Carthage. In some accounts it was she, not Dido, who killed herself at the loss of Aeneas; others say that after Dido's death she went to Malta and thence to Italy, meeting Aeneas who was now king. Her dead sister warned Anna of the jealousy of Lavinia, wife of Aeneas, and she drowned herself. In some accounts she appeared as the nymph, Anna Perenna. In some accounts, known as Anna, Ana, Ana, Anan, Anu, Anne, Anne, Anna, Morgause, Gwyar, Gwyar, Anna or Gore.

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