Electra

Greek - Daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra. Sister of Chrysothemis, Iphigenia and Orestes. Wife of Pylades. Mother of Medon and Strophius. When her father was murdered by her mother and Aegisthus, her lover during Agamemnon's absence at the siege of Troy, Electra incited Orestes to kill them in revenge. She was condemned to death for her part in the affair. In some accounts, she was originally called Laodice. On occassion, identified as Electra, Elektra, Elektra, Electra, Electra, Electra or Electra.
Greek - Daughter of Oceanus and Tethys. Mother of the Harpies and Iris by Thaumas in some versions. It is said of this Electra that her tears turned to drops of amber. On occassion, known as Electra, Elektra, Elektra, Electra, Electra, Electra or Electra.
Greek - One of the Pleaides. Daughter of Atlas and Pleione. Mother of Dardanus and Iasion by Zeus. Some say that she married Corythus. In some accounts she is the invisible star in the constellation, having left because she could not bear to look down on the ruins of Troy. Others say that the missing star is Merope or Sterope. In some lore, occasionally known as Electra, Elektra, Elektra, Electra, Electra, Electra or Electra.
Greek - An attendant on Helen. Occasionally identified as Electra, Elektra, Elektra, Electra, Electra, Electra or Electra.
Greek - A play by Euripides. Identified as Electra, Elektra, Elektra, Electra, Electra, Electra or Electra.

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