• Lamia - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamia Lamia (/ ˈ l eɪ m i ə /; Greek: Λάμια), in ancient Greek mythology, was a woman who became a child-eating monster after her children were destroyed by Hera, who learned of her husband Zeus' trysts with her. Hera also afflicted Lamia with sleeplessness so she would anguish constantly, but Zeus gave her the ability to remove her own eyes. "Lamia" was also used as a bogey word to frighten ...
  • Lamia | Monster Girl Encyclopedia Wiki | Fandom

    monstergirlencyclopedia.fandom.com/wiki/Lamia A lamia coiling her long body around a man's while joined with him. More than anything, lamia family monsters love to coil themselves around a man's body and glue each other together. At this time, these girls will use their sweet voice, laden with magic, to entice these men, their voice making the man feverish with desire as it resounds within ...
  • Lamia (city) - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamia_%28city%29 Lamia (Greek: Λαμία, Lamía, pronounced ) is a city in central Greece. The city dates back to antiquity, and is today the capital of the regional unit of Phthiotis and of the Central Greece region (comprising five regional units).
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    lamialamia.com For over 30 years, Lamia + Lamia has been providing Metro Detroit clients a full range of top quality hair, nail and body care services. Our highly professional staff members pride themselves in excellent customer service and unsurpassed technical skills – a result of in-depth and continuous training, and research, in the most current styles, techniques and products available worldwide.
  • Lamia | Definition of Lamia by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lamia Lamia: [geographical name] city in east central Greece northwest of Thermopylae population 43,898.
  • LAMIA - Demon & Sea-Monster of Greek Mythology

    www.theoi.com/Ther/Lamia.html In Greek mythology Lamia was a child-devouring sea-monster or night-haunting daemon. She was a daughter of Poseidon and mother of the monsters Scylla and Acheilus (the Shark). Lamia was originally a Libyan queen loved by Zeus. When his jealous wife Hera learned of their affair she stole away Lamia's children and the woman, driven mad with grief, tore out her own eyes.
  • Lamia | Greek mythology | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/topic/Lamia-Greek-mythology Lamia, in Classical mythology, a female daemon who devoured children. The ancient commentaries on Aristophanes’ Peace say she was a queen of Libya who was beloved by Zeus. When Hera robbed her of her children from this union, Lamia killed every child she could get into her power. Athenian mothers
  • Lamia - Greek mythology

    www.greekmythology.com/Myths/Monsters/Lamia/lamia.html Lamia was a beautiful Libyan queen loved by Zeus.Thus, through no fault of her own, she incurred the wrath of Hera upon herself. Angry with Zeus’ interest for her, the goddess showed no mercy towards Lamia: every time the girl gave birth to a child, Hera either murdered it or made Lamia kill it herself. Either way, after a while, Lamia went mad and began stealing babies from mothers more ...
  • 36. Lamia. Keats, John. 1884. The Poetical Works of John Keats

    www.bartleby.com/126/36.html Lamia beheld him coming, near, more near— Close to her passing, in indifference drear, His silent sandals swept the mossy green; So neighbour’d to him, and yet so unseen: 240: She stood: he pass’d, shut up in mysteries, His mind wrapp’d like his mantle, while her eyes: Follow’d his steps, and her neck regal white
  • Lamia | White Wolf Wiki | Fandom

    whitewolf.fandom.com/wiki/Lamia Lamia c. 1242 They accompanied the Cappadocians into Europe during the Dark Medieval period, but were persecuted and destroyed when their parent clan was overthrown by the Giovanni, and Augustus Giovanni destroyed (and purportedly diablerized) Lamia herself following his betrayal of Cappadocius.. The last known Lamia was officially destroyed by a Camarilla blood hunt in 1718.