Leda was the mother of Helen in greek mythology. Zeus took her in the form of a swan, and she gave birth to her children like a swan would- with eggs.
Most likely Helen of Troy's mother was Zeus and Leda.
The mother of Helen of Troy was Leda who was married to King Tyndareus of Sparta.
Helen isn't a goddess, thus no animals are sacred to her.
no i don't
if you had read the lost hero it would be pipers knife
Her beauty was her symbol. She did not have a symbol like Zues had his lightning bolt. This is because she is only a demi godess. Her father, Zeus, was a God, but her mother, Leda, was a mortal.
Her name was Leda.
Heln came from her mother's side of the family. Helen's mother's name was Helen and her littl e sister, Mildred, her name came from her father's side of the family. Arthur Keller, he father, wanted to name her Mildred.
Hermione was the daughter of Menelaus and Helen. Helen was later known as 'Helen of Troy'.