Eurybia

Eurybia

Eurybia was a Titan goddess in Greek mythology, representing the mastery of the seas. She was a minor deity and did not play an important role in the myths. She was the daughter of the Titans Pontus and Gaea, and she was married to the Titan Crius. Her children were Astraeus, Perses and Pallas.

See Also: Titans, Pontus, Gaea, Crius, Astraeus, Perses, Pallas

Eurybia Q&A

Who was Eurybia?

Eurybia was a Titan goddess in Greek mythology, representing the mastery of the seas. She was a minor deity and did not play an important role in the myths.

Who were the parents of Eurybia?

The parents of Eurybia were Pontus and Gaea.

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