Eurymedousa

Eurymedousa

Eurymedousa (or Eurymedusa) is a name attributed to two women in Greek mythology.

  • Eurymedousa, daughter of Cletor or Archelaus. Zeus had intercourse with her in the shape of an ant (having changed her into an ant as well) and she gave birth to Myrmidon.
  • Eurymedousa, an old woman from Apeire and the nanny and attendant of Nausicaa.

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