Achiroë aka. Anchirrhoë (naiad)

a daughter of the river-god Nilus.

Achiroë /əˈkɪr/ or Anchirrhoë (Greek: Ἀχιρ(ρ)όη), or according to the Bibliotheca Anchinoë (Ἀγχινόη),[1] which is perhaps a mistake for Anchiroë, was in Greek mythology a naiad, a daughter of the river-god Nilus. She was also the wife of Belus, by whom she became the mother of Aegyptus and Danaus, and, according to some accounts, Cepheus, and Phineus.[2] According to the scholiast on Lycophron,[3]she was the consort of Sithon, son of Ares, and bore him two daughters, Pallene and Rhoeteia, from whom two towns derived their names.[4][5]

Personal Information

Achiroë aka. Anchirrhoë (naiad)
Name Achiroë aka. Anchirrhoë (naiad)
HusbandBelus (king of Egypt)
Profession(naiad)

Children

Name Birth Death
Aegyptus (son of Belus)asdasds   
Danaus (mythical King of Egypt)asdasds   

Children-in-Law

Name Birth Death
Pieria (wife of Danaus)asdasds   

Grand-Children

Name Birth Death
Hypermnestra (consort of Apollo)asdasds   

Great-Grand-Children

Name Birth Death
Abas (son of Lynceus)asdasds   
Amphiaraus (son of Hypermnestra) Chthonic Deity oracular (son of Hypermnestra)asdasds   

Great-Great-Grand-Children

Name Birth Death
Acrisius (mythical King of Argos)asdasds   

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