Laodamia

[ ley-od-uh-mahy-uh ]
/ leɪˌɒd əˈmaɪ ə /

noun Classical Mythology.

a daughter of Acastus who killed herself so that she could join her husband, Protesilaus, in the underworld.
(in the Iliad) the mother, by Zeus, of Sarpedon.

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