Elyssa, otherwise known as Dido, is a Phoenician princess and the founder of Carthage in 814 BC.

In Greek and Roman mythologies, Dido is the sister of Pygmalion. She fled Tyre to found Carthage after discovering that her brother was behind her husband’s death.

The name, Dido, translates from Latin to the “Wanderer”.


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