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Boreas and Oreithyia

In Greek mythology, Oreithyia (Ωρείθυια) was the daughter of King Erechtheus of Athens. She was abducted by Boreas and bore him Chione and Calais and Zetes, both known as the Boreads. Oreithyia had two sisters, Creusa and Procris.

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13119 : Red Figure Hydria. Boreas and Oreithyia

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Boreas and Oreithyia, Louvre K35

Alternative spellings: Orithyia, Orithyea, Oreithyea.

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Boreas and Oreithyia

Boreas And Oreithyia Print by Evelyn De Morgan

Boreas and Oreithyia, Evelyn De Morgan

Boreas Abducting Oreithyia Print by Peter Paul Rubens

Boreas Abducting Oreithyia, Peter Paul Rubens

The Abduction Of Oreithyia Print by Manner of Francesco Solimena

The Abduction of Oreithyia, Manner of Francesco Solimena

The Abduction Of Oreithyia Daughter Of King Erechtheus Print by Filippo Lauri

The Abduction of Oreithyia daughter of King Erechtheus, Filippo Lauri

Boreas Abducting Oreithyia 2 Print by Giovanni Maria Morandi

Boreas Abducting Oreithyia 2, Giovanni Maria Morandi

Study For Boreas Abducting Oreithyia Print by Francois-Andre Vincent

Study for Boreas Abducting Oreithyia, Francois-Andre Vincent

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