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Astraea (Greek deity)

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Personal name headingAstraea (Greek deity)
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Variant(s)Aseuteulaia (Greek deity)
Astariaan (Greek deity)
Astraia (Greek deity)
Astraja (Greek deity)
Astrapé (Greek deity)
Astrea (Greek deity)
Astrée (Greek deity)
Astreia (Greek deity)
Astreya (Greek deity)
Astria (Greek deity)
Asutoraiā (Greek deity)
阿斯特賴亞 (Greek deity)
アストライアー (Greek deity)
아스트라이아 (Greek deity)
A̓στραπή (Greek deity)
Астрея (Greek deity)
Ἀστραῖα (Greek deity)
آستريا (Greek deity)
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inDe Armas, Frederick A. The return of Astraea, 1986.
Oxford classical dictionary, 1993: page 469, under Dike (In Aratus and Roman poets, Dike, the personification of Justice, is the constellation Virgo or Astraea)
Wikipedia, 30 June 2017 (Astraea; Astrea; Astria; Ἀστραῖα; goddess of innocence and purity, associated with the Greek goddess of justice, Dike; daughter of Astraeus and Eos; once lived on Earth as an immortal, but left during the Iron Age to become the constellation Virgo; other names: آستريا ; Астрея ; Astraia ; Astrée ; Astrapé ; A̓στραπή ; 아스트라이아 ; Astraja ; アストライアー ; Astreia ; 阿斯特賴亞)
Invalid LCCNsh 86001906