But Rhea hid the child in a cave in the island of Crete, where the goat Amalthea nourished him with her milk.
They fed the infant deity with the milk of the goat Amalthea.
It is supposed to represent Amalthea, the goat which nursed Jupiter.
His white greyhound, Amalthea, lay at his feet, looking up at him with his soft black eyes.
Jupiter himself, the greatest of all, was born in Crete, where he was suckled by the she-goat Amalthea.
After due consideration of these names, certain writers unanimously adopted that of Amalthea.
Crete: where Jupiter had been concealed from his father Cronus, and nourished by the goat Amalthea.
In Diodoros, Hammon loves the virgin Amalthea, who has a horn resembling that of an ox.