Eidothea (Greek myth)
- Eidothea, a sea goddess, daughter of Proteus, the Old Man of the Sea. She told Menelaus how to hold her father so that he could not escape.
- Eidothea, a nymph of Othreis who mothered by Poseidon, Eusiros of Cerambus who was borne up into the air on wings by the nymphs escaping the flood of Deucalion.
- Eidothea or Eidothee, a Carian woman, daughter of King Eurytus and possible spouse of Miletus who bore him Byblis and Caunus.
- Eidothea, second wife of Phineus, king of Thrace. She was the sister of Cadmus and thus, maybe the daughter of Agenor, king of Tyre. Eidothea put out the eyes of her stepsons (Gerymbas and Aspondus) with the sharp shuttle in her blood-stained hands and also caused to imprisoned them.
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