Leda

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Leda is a person in Greek mythology. She was the wife of King Tyndareos of Sparta.

Zeus seduced her as a swan, and Leda laid two eggs. Out of one egg came Helen and Polydeukes, who were the children of Zeus. Out of othe other egg came Klytaimnestra and Kastor (see Castor and Pollux) who were the children of Leda's husband Tyndareos.