Astronoë is a Phoenician Goddess, called "the Mother of the Gods". She is likely a late version of the Goddess Ashtart or Astarte, who passed through Greek influence and was borrowed back by the Phoenicians under a new name in Hellenistic times. Astronoë, a Greek name, contains astron, "the stars", and in Latin Astronoë was called Coelesti, "the Heavenly One", which both recall the meaning of the name Astarte, "Star", referring to the planet Venus.
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In Greek mythology, Leucothea "white goddess") was one of the aspects under which an ancient sea goddess was recognized. A woman Ino, married a married man, Athamas. She tried to make Athamas sacrifice his son Phrixes (it didn't happen, but that was how Helle, Phrixes' sister ended up dying). Anyway, Hera killed Ino, but Zeus made Ino into a Sea Goddess, Leucothea, or White Goddess, because she had raised Dionysus.