This article about Melia is a stub. You can help Mythology Wiki by expanding it. Melia was a nymph in Greek mythology and wife of Inachus. She was one of the Meliae, whom were daughters of Oceanus. She is the mother of Io and Phoroneus. Genealogy Inachid Genealogy in Greek mythology Inachus Melia Zeus Io Phoroneus Teledice Epaphus Memphis Apis Argos Evadne Libya Poseidon Criasos Melantho Belus Achiroe Agenor Telephassa Phorbas Cleobea Danaus Pieria Aegyptus Cadmus Cilix Europa Phoenix Gelanor Triopas Jasus Hypermnestra Lynceus Kings of Thebes Kings of Cilicia Kings of Crete Kings of Phoenicia Sosis Nepeira Lacadaemon SpartaAbas Ocalea Crotopos Sthenelos Eurydice Acrisius Proetus Hipponoe Zeus Danaë Megapenthes Demophile Perseus Andromeda Argeos Pyrante Electyron Alcaeus Sthenelus Anaxagoras Hyrmine Eurydice Astydamia Nicippe Amphitryon Alcmene Zeus Eurystheus Alector Iphis Helice Automedusa Iphicles Heracles Itea Sthenelius Cylabares Iolaus Megara Heraclidae(see Heraclid genealogy) Bacchiadae After Eurystheus, the kingdom of Mycenae passed to the Atreids in the person of Atreus After Cylabares, the kingdom of Argos passed to the Atreids of Mycenae in the person of Orestes (Atreus' grandson) Retrieved from "https://mythology.wikia.org/wiki/Melia?oldid=28430" Categories: Stubs Greek Mythology Women in Greek Mythology Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.