Characters From Greek Mythology
Nationality: Greece (born in Aethiopia)
Religion: Greek pantheon
Occupation: Queen
Parents: Cepheus and Cassiopeia
Spouse: Perseus
Children: Several
Relatives: Hercules (descendant)
Turtledove Appearances:
"Miss Manners' Guide to Greek Missology"
Satirical Fantasy
Type of Appearance: Direct POV
Occupation: Hero
Andromeda was a princess from Ancient Greek mythology who, as divine punishment for her mother's bragging, was chained to a rock as a sacrifice to a sea monster. She was saved from death by Perseus, her future husband.

Andromeda in "Miss Manners' Guide to Greek Missology"Edit

Andromeda was tasked by the Greek gods of Olympus to kill the three Gorgons who were operating out of Italy. As it turned out, killing was unnecessary; the Gorgons were defeated by mere humiliation and exile. Along her way home, Andromeda met a young man named Perseus, who caught her fancy. After she rescued him from great danger, they were married.