Lavinia Roman The daughter of Latinus and Amata.
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Lavinia Roman The daughter of Latinus and Amata. She had been betrothed to her relative Turnus, but Latinus gave her instead to the hero Aeneas, who founded a city and named it Lavinium in her honor. Her story is told in Virgil's Aeneid.
- Latinus Roman A legendary, perhaps historical, king of the Latini or Latins, an original people of central Italy, and the hero from whom that people got their name.
- indigetes (dii indigites) Roman Apparently, lesser gods of the many people who inhabited Central Italy in the seventh and early sixth centuries b.
- Io Greek The beautiful daughter of the river god Inachus, and a priestess of Hera.
- Iphicles Greek Halfbrother of the hero Heracles; son of Amphitryon, a prince of Tiryns, and his wife, Alcmene, who was a daughter of the king of Mycenae; husband to Automedusa, and later, to the youngest daughter of King Creon of Thebes.
- Iphigenia Greek Daughter of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon, king of Mycenae and leader of the Greek forces in the Trojan War; sister of Electra and Orestes.