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In Greek mythology, Orithyia or Oreithyia (/ɒrɪˈθ.ə/;[1] Greek: Ὠρείθυια Ōreithuia; Latin: Ōrīthyia) was the name of the following women:


  1. ^ Joseph Emerson Worcester, A comprehensive dictionary of the English language, Boston, 1871, p. 480, rule 3, where he notes that the pronunciation of such names is not e.g. /ɒˌrɪθiˈ.ə/ "as in Walker" (see e.g. Walker and Trollope, A key to the classical pronunciation etc., London, 1830, p. 123)
  2. ^ Homer. Iliad, 18
  3. ^ Hyginus. Fabulae, Preface.
  4. ^ Stephanus of Byzantium s. v. Eurōpos
  5. ^ The Ancient Library - Europus
  6. ^ Bibliotheca 3.15.1.
  7. ^ Antoninus Liberalis. Metamorphoses, 34.