Andromeda was a greek princess. Her mother Cassiopeia bragged that she was more beatiful than the nereids, nymph daughters of the sea god nereus. This bragging angered Poseidon and he sent a sea monster to ravage her kingdom. Zeus came down and told the king and queen that the sea monster would not stop unless they sacrifice Andromeda to it. As Andromeda was chained to a rock by the sea, about to be devoured, Perseus rescued her.
Andromeda was rescued from Perseus.
Andromeda, a beautiful Ethiopian princess.
The Ethiopian Princess Andromeda.
The Andromeda constellation was named for Andromeda who was the daughter of Cassiopeia in Greek mythology. It is composed of 16 main stars and 65 Bayer/Flamsteed stars.
In Greek mythology, Cassandra was not a goddess. She was a queen who sacrificed her daughter, Andromeda, to Poseidon. Just before the Kraken ate her, Jason swooped in, killed the beast, and rescued Andromeda.
The mythological kingdom Ethiopia in Greek mythology.
Some say he saved Princess Andromeda from the Kraken
Since Greek mythology doesn't put dates, nobody knows.
Andromeda was the daughter of Cepheus and Cassiopeia, king and queen of the kingdom Aethiopia.
Andromeda IS the Greek name.
Yes, if they are stupid enough. Andromeda was stupid enough to get herself chained to a rock, and had to be saved by Perseus.
Andromeda in Greek myth is the wife of Perseus and queen of Mycenae. She was not a Greek goddess.
Andromeda was the daughter of Cassiopea, the queen. As a punishment for her mother's bragging, Andromeda was chained to a rock as a sacrifice for whatever sea creature would come along and eat her. She was rescued from this predicament by Perseus, who later became her husband. Andromeda, Perseus and Cassiopea were all memorialized by the Greeks in constellations in the northern hemisphere skies.
It is named after Andromeda, the princess of a mythological kingdom Aethiopia (Ethiopia) in Greek mythology. It is sometimes called "the Chained Lady" or "the Chained Woman" in English, as the mythological Andromeda was chained to a wall of rock before being rescued by Perseus. See link for further information.
Andromeda is named for the wife of the Greek hero Perseus.
roman mythology is greek mythology but with different names The Romans built off of greek mythology
Capitalize only the G i n Greek but not the mythology. It should be Greek mythology.
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There is no Eric in Greek mythology.
Boltar is not from Greek mythology.
No. Only the 'Greek' should be capitalized. This is unless 'Greek Mythology' is a title, then the 'mythology' shouldn't be capitalized.
"Ruler of Man" is what Andromeda means.
Yes, in Greek myth Perseus and Andromeda marry.