Clytia (disambiguation)

  1. Clytia
    A nymph loved by the sun god Helios. When he also took Leucothoe as a lover, the jealous Clytia informed Leucothoe's father.
    In: Greek mythology
  2. Clytia
    The mother of Myrtilus by Hermes, although she is usually called Cleobule.
    In: Greek people
  3. Clytia
    The mistress of Amyntor, who false accused Phoenix for having seduced her. As a result, Amyntor blinded his son.
    In: Greek people
  4. Clytia
    The daughter of Pandareus and sister of Cameira. They were reared as orphans by Athena andĀ received gifts fromĀ other goddesses.
    In: Greek people
  5. Clytia
    The daughter of Amphidamas, occasionally mentioned as the mother of Pelops.
    In: Greek people
  6. Clytia
    The name of one of the Oceanides, the daughters of Oceanus and Tethys.
    In: Greek mythology

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