Gods of Olympus


In Greek mythology, Pandia is the goddess and personification of the moon.

The goddess Pandia was the daughter of the supreme god Zeus and Selene. Her husband was the hero Antiochus.

The word "Pandia" means "all brightness". It is also interesting to note that an Athenian festival was named after the goddess, and although it celebrated Zeus, it was probably held under a full moon.