Comaetho

Greek - A priestess of Artemis. She and Melanippus made love in the temple of Artemis and the outraged goddess brought about a famine which ended only when the two lovers were sacrificed. Also commonly called Comaetho.
Greek - Daughter of Pterelaus. Her father had a single gold hair in his head which ensured his safety and that of his kingdom of Taphia. She fell in love with Amphitryon when he invaded the kingdom and she pulled out the golden hair so that her father died and Amphitryon was victorious. When Amphitryon rejected her love, she killed herself for her treachery to her father. Some say that she was killed by Amphitryon. At times, known as Comaetho.

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