Clymene was one of the elder Oceanids and the Titan goddess of fame and renown.

Residence: Mount Olympus
Parents: Oceanus and Tethys
Siblings: The Oceanids and The Potomoi
Consort: Iapetus
Children: Anchiale, Atlas, Epimetheus, Menoetius and Prometheus

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Clymene attending Hera at the Judgement of Paris. Athenian red-figure hydria, 5th c. BC. Badisches Landesmuseum. (c)

She was the wife of the Titan Iapetus and the mother of Prometheus and Atlas. Clymene was the handmaid of Hera. She was also named Asia and in this guise portrayed as the eponymous goddess of Anatolia.

Detail of an Attic red-figure hydria, c. 440 BC, depicting Clymene and Hera. Badisches Landesmuseum. (c)

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