One of the Amazons. She is not to be confused with Andromache, the wife of Hector. Her name is found only on vases, where she battles — and is defeated by — Heracles. The Etruscan name is Aturmuca.


On an Attic black-figure vase (ca. 570 - 560 BCE) from Vulci, and attributed to the Timiades painter, she is depicted wearing a short-sleeved chiton, decorated with animals, and a helmet. She holds a spear in her right hand and a shield is strapped to her left arm. Heracles grabs her hand and is about to strike.