Lybie

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In Greek mythology, Lybie or Libye (Greek: Λυβιη, Lubiē; often written Lybië) was the mother of Belus by Poseidon and a personification and queen of the country of Libya.[1] Some sources describe her as the mother of Lamia.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mitchell, Lynette G. (2001). "Euboean Io". The Classical Quarterly. 51 (2): 339–352. doi:10.1093/cq/51.2.339. ISSN 1471-6844.
  2. ^ Aristophanes, Peace.