Through Chrysogonee, Spencer gives us a virgin birth, where she is impregnated by pure sunlight, and eventually gives birth to Amoret and Belphoebe. Both of her daughters represent two different aspects of love:
- Amoret, representing marriage
- Belphoebe, representing chastity
Eventually, once she has borne her two children, they are both taken away and given to the goddesses Venus and Diana to raise.
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- Norris Lacy, Geoffrey Ashe, Debra Mancoff – The Arthurian Handbook (Second Edition)
- Alan Lupack – The Oxford Guide to Arthurian Literature and Legend
- Ronan Coghlan – The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Arthurian Legends
- Anonymous – Lancelot-Grail, the French Vulgate
- Sir Thomas Malory – Le Morte d’Arthur