Amphitrite by Wheeler Williams in Busch Gardens in South Carolina. Photo by Eve Taggart.

Amphitrite Halosydne is the wife of Poseidon, mother of Triton, Rhode and Benthesicyme, goddess of the Mediterranean. Her surname means "sea-born." When Poseidon had an affair with Scylla, Amphitrite put a potion in the pool where Scylla bathed that turned her into a six-headed monster.

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