Ptocheia[pronunciation?] (or Ptokheia) was the ancient Greek female spirit of beggary. She was regarded as a companion (and a sister) of Penia and Amechania. Her opposites were Euthenia and Ploutos. She was mentioned by Aristophanes in his work entitled Plutus (549ff).
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