Asteria

Greek - A Titaness, goddess of prophecy. Daughter of Coeus and Phoebe. Sister of Leto. Wife of Perses. Mother of Hecate. To escape the clutches of Zeus, she changed into a quail and plunged into the sea. She then became an island of the same name, later to become known as Delos. Her sister, Leto, later came to Delos to give birth to the twins, Apollo and Artemis. In some accounts she is the same as Astraea. Called Asteria, Asterie, Asterie, Asteria, Astraea, Astraea, Astrea, Asteria, Leto, Leto, Lato, Roman Latona, Sterope, Sterope, Asterope or Electra.
Greek - One of the 50 daughters of Danaus. Wife of Chaetus. In some references, identified as Asteria, Asterie, Asterie, Asteria, Astraea, Astraea, Astrea, Asteria, Leto, Leto, Lato, Roman Latona, Sterope, Sterope, Asterope or Electra.

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