Anaxibia (; Ancient Greek: ) is the name of six characters in Ἀναξίβια Greek mythology.
Anaxibia, one of the
Danaïdes, married to Archelaus, son of Aegyptus.  Anaxibia, a
naiad of the Ganges river. She fled from the advances of Helios, but she disappeared in Artemis's sanctuary on Mount Koryphe.  Anaxibia, mother of
Maeander by Cercaphus.  Anaxibia, daughter of
Bias and Iphianassa, and niece of Melampus. She married Pelias, King of Iolcus, to whom she bore Acastus, Pisidice, Pelopia, Hippothoe, Alcestis, and Medusa. She was sometimes called  Alphesiboea or  Phylomache, daughter of Amphion.  Anaxibia, daughter of
Cratieus. She married Nestor and is the mother of Pisidice, Polycaste, Perseus (son of Nestor), Stratichus, Aretus, Echephron, Peisistratus, Antilochus, and Thrasymedes. More commonly,  Eurydice of Pylos is considered to be Nestor's wife and the mother of these children.  Anaxibia, daughter of Atreus and Aerope or, alternatively, of Pleisthenes and Aerope or Pleisthenes and  Cleolla (daughter of Dias), and sister of Agamemnon and Menelaus. She married  Strophius, king of Phocis, becoming mother of Pylades. Anaxibia was also known as  Astyoche or  Cydragora. 
Pseudo-Plutarch, De fluviis 4
De fluviis 9
1.9.10; Hyginus, Fabulae 51
Theocritus, Idylls 3.45
Homer, Odyssey 3.452
Tzetzes, Exeg. in Homer, p. 68, 20 with Iliad Hesiod as authority
Pausanias, 2.29.4; Scholia on Euripides, 765 & 1233 Orestes
^ Scholia on Euripides,
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