Adikia

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In Greek mythology, Adikia (Greek: Ἀδικία) or Adicia, is the goddess and personification of injustice and wrong-doing.

She was usually represented on the chest of Cypselus as a hideous, barbaric woman covered in tattoos being dragged by her opposite, Dike, the goddess of justice with one hand, while in the other she held a staff which she beat her with or she is depicted being throttled by Dike.

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