Maniae

Maniae

Maniae

In ancient Greek religion and mythology, the Maniae were spirits that personified insanity and madness. Along with their sister Lyssa, the spirit of rage and rabies, they worked together; they were all considered daughters of the primordial deity Nyx (night).

Maniae Q&A

Who was Maniae?

In ancient Greek religion and mythology, the Maniae were spirits that personified insanity and madness. Along with their sister Lyssa, the spirit of rage and rabies, they worked together.

Who were the parents of Maniae?

The parent of Maniae was Nyx.

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