of renown, fame, & infamy
Κλυμένη (Clyménē)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Greek_mythological_figures Titaness of renown, fame, and infamy, and wife of Iapetus.
In Greek mythology, the name Clymene or Klymene (/ˈklɪmᵻniːˌˈklaɪmᵻniː/; Ancient Greek: Κλυμένη) may refer to:
Clymene, an Oceanid, wife of the Titan Iapetus, and mother of Atlas, Epimetheus, Prometheus, and Menoetius; other authors relate the same of her sister Asia. A less common genealogy makes Clymene the mother of Deucalion by Prometheus. The Oceanid Clymene is also given as the wife to King Merops of Ethiopia and, by Helios, mother of Phaëton and the Heliades.
KLYMENE 1 (Clymene) The Okeanis goddess of fame and infamy was the wife of the Titan Iapetos.
KLYMENE 2 (Clymene) The Okeanis of fame was the mother of the Phaethon by Helios the sun. She was probably one of the Nephelai. She may be the same as Klytia.
|Name||Clymene aka. Klymene (Oceanid Nymph) (Oceanid Nymph)|
|Husband||Iapetus (Titan) of mortality|
|Hesione (Oceanids Nymph)asdasds|
|Maia - Pleiades (Titaness)asdasds|
|Hermes (Twelve Olympians)asdasds|