Eurynome

Greek - An ancient goddess, produced from Chaos. Daughter of Oceanus and Tethys. Mother of Atrabyrius. Mother of the Graces by Zeus. She created Ophion the serpent-god with the co-operation of the North Wind and coupled with Ophion to produce all the things in the world. She later banished Ophion to the underworld and then created the Titans and the first man, named Pelasgus. She rescued Hephaestus from the sea when he fell, or was thrown by Hera, from Mount Olympus. She is depicted in the form of a mermaid. Sometimes identified as Eurynome, Queen of the Circling Universe, Queen of the Circling Universe or Eurynome.
Greek - Daughter of Nisus. Wife of Glaucus. Mother of Bellerophon by Poseidon, some say. On occassion, known as Eurynome, Queen of the Circling Universe, Queen of the Circling Universe or Eurynome.
Greek - Wife of Orchamus. Mother of Leucothoe. Occasionally referred to as Eurynome, Queen of the Circling Universe, Queen of the Circling Universe or Eurynome.
Greek - A name for Artemis in the form of a mermaid. Sometimes known as Eurynome, Queen of the Circling Universe, Queen of the Circling Universe or Eurynome.

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