Coronis

Greek - A nymph of Thessaly. Daughter of Phlegyas. Mother of Asclepius by Apollo. Apollo seduced Coronis but she preferred a mortal lover, Ischys. For this insult to the god, which was reported by the crow or raven, Apollo killed her or had her killed by Artemis. He saved the infant Asclepius and gave it to Chiron to rear. The raven, formerly white, Apollo made black for bringing bad news. Another version says that she bore the baby in secret and abandoned it on a mountain where it was rescued by the goatherd Aresthanas. In some accounts she is called Aegla. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Coronis, Koronis, Koronis, Coronis, Coronis, Coronis or Coronis.
Greek - A priestess of Dionysus. Butes, raiding Drius, raped Coronis. Dionysus drove him mad and he jumped into a well and was drowned. Also referred to as Coronis, Koronis, Koronis, Coronis, Coronis, Coronis or Coronis.
Greek - Daughter of Phoroneus. She was changed by Athena into a crow to deliver her from the clutches of Poseidon. Occasionally called Coronis, Koronis, Koronis, Coronis, Coronis, Coronis or Coronis.
Greek - One of the Hyades, some say. Also known as Coronis, Koronis, Koronis, Coronis, Coronis, Coronis or Coronis.

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