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Astraea Tote bag

$ 26.80 $ 33.50

Astraea is the Greek goddess of justice and culmination of all moral virtues, also referred to as the “brightest star” of the Pleiades star cluster. This Astraea Tote bag is designed with function and style for modern women in mind, with a simple design that makes it wearable with any outfit. The perfect size for everyday use, this bag can be carried over the shoulder or across your body; both are easy options when you want to carry a lot or a little. The water-resistant canvas material makes it great for taking on vacations or quick trips to the mall.

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 The life of Goddess Astraea

Astraea (or Asteria) is one of the five major goddesses of Olympus. She was the goddess of innocence, purity, and justice. She is often described as a pure white goddess who was the patroness of the innocent, the pure, and the righteous. She was also the goddess of justice. In Greek mythology, she was regarded as the daughter of Ares and lethe, and the wife of mysop. 2. Goddess Hecate – Goddess Hecate (or Hecate) was the goddess of marriages, fertility, magic, and retribution. She was also commonly known as the Goddess of War. She was regarded as a feminine, protective, and powerful power. 3. Goddess Chiron – The Titan god of culture, science, crafts, and mining Chiron is the latest of the major Greek gods (along with Athena) to have his own day on the calendar. He was also known as the largest of the Olympian gods (at 7 feet 3 inches tall!). He was prone to madness, though he was often saved by his trusted friends, Athena and Prometheus. 4. Goddess Dione – Goddess Dione (or Diana) was the Goddess of Sexual Love, pleasure, and creativity and the goddess of childbirth. Her cult flourished almost as much as the worship of Athena (among other things). A runaway from her birthplace in Mount Athos, Dione was hunted by the gods and mortals alike until she was reunited with her husband Poseidon. There are conflicting accounts as to whether or not she & her husband actually married, perhaps due to her curt fatherly relationships. 5. Goddess Épylo – Goddess Épylo (or Pentheus) was a pleasant yet fierce Thracian god of the winds, horses, and farming. He was above all things burly and robust, but could also transform into a beautiful, voluptuous nymph who wore only a loincloth. His greatest love was Semele, queen of Mount Athos, and he would often risk his own life to save her when she was captured and subsequently punished by her father. 6.

A spacious and trendy tote bag to help you carry around everything that matters.

• 100% spun polyester fabric
• Bag size: 15″ × 15″ (38.1 × 38.1 cm)
• Capacity: 2.6 US gal (10 l)
• Maximum weight limit: 44lbs (20 kg)
• Dual handles made from 100% natural cotton bull denim
• Handle length 11.8″ (30 cm), width 1″ (2.5 cm)
• The handles can slightly differ depending on the fulfillment location
• Blank product components sourced from China

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