Διώνη (Diṓnē)1)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Greek_mythological_figures Titaness of the oracle of Dodona.
Dione (/daɪˈoʊni/; Greek: Διώνη, Diōnē) was an ancient Greek goddess, an oracular Titaness primarily known from Book V of Homer‘s Iliad, where she tends to the wounds suffered by her daughter Aphrodite. One source describes her as an ancient wife of Zeus.
Her name is essentially the feminine of the genitive form of Greek Zeus, that is, “Dios”, “of Zeus”. Other goddesses were called by this name (see Dione). Due to her being a daughter of Dione, Aphrodite was sometimes called Dionaea and even Dioné.
Following the deciphering of Linear B by Ventris and Chadwick in the 1950s, a goddess named Di-u-ja was found in the tablets. This was considered to be a female counterpart of Zeus and identified with Dione by some scholars.[who?]
|Name||Dione (Titaness) of the oracle of Dodona|
|Husband||Zeus (Twelve Olympians King of the gods)|