Idaea

Greek - A river-nymph or a nymph of Mount Ida. When Scamander jumped into the river Xanthus, she mated with him to produce a son, Teucer. On occassion, identified as Idaea, Cybele, Cybele, Agdistis, Cybebe, Cybelle, Idaea, Kubele, Kybebe, Kybele, Lion-and-bee Goddess, Maia, Great Mother, Meter Dindymene, White Goddess, Gaulish Berecynthia, Greek Demeter, Idaean Mother, Rhea, Roman Bona Dea, Ceres, Magna Mater, Maia, Mater Turrita, Ops, Sumerian Inanna or Syrian Kubaba.
Greek - A Scythian princess. Daughter of Dardanus. Second wife of Phineus. Mother of Mariandynus and Thynius. She was the second wife of Phineus and accused her stepsons of rape for which they were blinded by their father. When Phineus was killed, she was sent back to her own people and her father, Dardanus, killed her for the cruel treatment of her stepsons. On occassion, called Idaea, Cybele, Cybele, Agdistis, Cybebe, Cybelle, Idaea, Kubele, Kybebe, Kybele, Lion-and-bee Goddess, Maia, Great Mother, Meter Dindymene, White Goddess, Gaulish Berecynthia, Greek Demeter, Idaean Mother, Rhea, Roman Bona Dea, Ceres, Magna Mater, Maia, Mater Turrita, Ops, Sumerian Inanna or Syrian Kubaba.

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