Pandia is a Titaness who appears in the Greek mythological pantheon.

Description

Whilst little has been written of Pandia, it is known that her father was Zeus, the King of the Gods and her mother the second-generation Titaness Selene, the personification of the moon in Greek mythology. She was said to be a goddess of light, and may also be a minor lunar diety as the Athenian festival known as the Pandia was dedicated to the moon.

Although a handful of sources claim that Pandia was simply another name for Selene, most writings agree that she was a goddess in her own right.

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