Orphne (Chthonic Lampades Nymph Deity)

Lampades (Λαμπάδες), torch-bearing Underworld nymphs

(Ορφνη), a Lampad nymph of Hades, mother of Askalaphos[1]sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Greek_mythological_figures#Chthonic_deities

In Greek mythology, Orphne /ˈɔːrfn/ (Ancient Greek: Ὀρφνή, from ὄρφνη, “darkness”), also known as Styx /ˈstɪks/ (Στύξ) or Gorgyra /ˈɡɔːrərə/ (Γόργυρα, fromγοργύρα, “underground drain”),[1] was a nymph that lived in Hades. With Acheron, she mothered Ascalaphus.[1]

Orphne also seems to be one translation of the name of the Roman goddess Caligo (Darkness).[1]


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Orphne (Chthonic Lampades Nymph Deity)
Name Orphne (Chthonic Lampades Nymph Deity)


Name Birth Death
Askalaphos [aka Ascalaphus] (Chthonic Deity) custodian of the orchard of Hadesasdasds   


1 sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Greek_mythological_figures#Chthonic_deities

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