Cydippe

Greek - A priestess of Hera. Mother of Biton and Cleobis. Her two sons yoked themselves to a cart and pulled it all the way to Argos so that she might see the statue of Hera. As a reward, Hera gave the sons the gift of perfect rest - they were transported to the Elysian Fields. Occasionally called Cydippe, Kudippe, Kudippe, Cydippe or Cydippe.
Greek - Wife of Acontius. She read aloud the undertaking to marry Acontius, which he had inscribed on an apple (or a quince) and was held to have given her promise. In some references, called Cydippe, Kudippe, Kudippe, Cydippe or Cydippe.

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