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Discussion in ' I'm Looking For Log in. Novel Updates Forum. Over the last few days I've tried looking for a story that I left hanging because I caught up with the translation team. I remember it starts when the mc is sold to a lamia. He doesn't understand her speech, but they start living together and the story goes on like that, telling you of their daily life, how he learns little by little about her habits and such.
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Lamia , in Classical mythology, a female daemon who devoured children. When Hera robbed her of her children from this union, Lamia killed every child she could get into her power. Athenian mothers used her as a threat to frighten naughty children. Lamia Article Additional Info. Print Cite verified Cite. While every effort has been made to follow citation style rules, there may be some discrepancies.
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In the earliest stories, Lamia was a beautiful queen of Libya who had an affair with Zeus. Upon learning this, Zeus's wife Hera forced Lamia to eat her own children, the offspring of her affair with Zeus, and afflicted her with permanent insomnia. Zeus, taking pity on her, endowed Lamia with the gift of prophecy and the ability to temporarily remove her eyes to relieve her sleeplessness. The lamiai also became a type of phantom, synonymous with the empusai who seduced young men to satisfy their sexual appetite and fed on their flesh afterward. An account of Apollonius of Tyana 's defeat of a lamia seductress inspired the poem Lamia by Keats.