goddess of the morning dew
Ersa was in Greek mythology the goddess of the morning dew. She was like her two sisters Pandia and Nemea, a daughter of Zeus and Selene.
The goddess Ersa is mentioned in ancient literature only by Plutarch in his moral writings in three places.
There he quotes the Greek poet Alcman (7th century BC), whose work largely lost and is mostly known only fragmentary quotations from other writers.
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