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Cassiopeia (Κασσιόπεια), also Cassiepeia (Κασσιέπεια), is the name of two different figures in Greek mythology:
- Cassiopeia, queen of Aethiopia and mother of Andromeda by Cepheus.
- Cassiopeia, wife of Phoenix, king of Phoenicia.
- Cassiopeia, wife of Epaphus, king of Egypt and son of Zeus and Io. By him, she became the mother of Libya and possibly Lysianassa.
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