A third woman by the same name was a maid of Metanira, wife of Celeus. When the goddess Demeter, disguised as the old woman Doso, tried to turn Metanira's son Demophon to an immortal by burning his flesh in the hearth, it was Praxithea who found them and started screaming, thus interrupting the ritual.
Finally, the fifth mythological figure with the same name was one of the fifty daughters of Thespius and Megamede, who married Heracles and had a son together, Nephus.
Who was Praxithea?
In Greek mythology, Praxithea was a name given to five different figures. One of them was a Naiad nymph, a nymph of the rivers and lakes.