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A goddess in Greek mythology, Adrasteia was, in reality, an epithet ("inescapable") applied to Rhea Cybele, Nemesis and Ananke. As Adrasteia, these three were especially associated with the despensation of rewards and punishments. She was the daughter of Zeus.

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