"imagine myself the Queen of the Sea"
Amphitrite by Devaulx, 1866
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The Queen of the Sea was Amphitrite, wife of Poseidon in Greek mythology. 

She was said to be the mother of a variety of sea creatures, including dolphins and the merman Sea-God Triton.  Her own parentage is disputed: one source declares her a daughter of Nereus, making her a Nereid; another places her among the Oceanids, with Oceanus as her father.  She has often been referred to in poetry as a female personification of the sea. Both naval ships and asteroids have been named in her honour.