Pelopia ( ancient Greek Πελόπεια ) - the character of ancient Greek mythology, daughter of Fiesta , from whom she bore a son Egisfa ; threw it  .
According to the detailed description, her father received a prophecy that he would have a son who would take revenge on Atreus . Pelopia was hiding in Sikyona . Pelopia led the dance of Athena , slipped and soiled her clothes in blood; went to the river to wash away the blood. Fiesta, shaking his head, jumped out of the grove and raped her; at this time, Pelopius drew his sword from its scabbard and hid it. Atreus arrived to the king Thesproth, and he gave him Pelopus as his wife, passing him off as his daughter. After giving birth to Aegistra , Pelopius threw him away, but he was nourished by a goat, and Atreus found and raised him as his son; Pelopia gave him a sword.
When the son grew up, Agamemnon and Menelaus seized the Fiesta at Delphi and led him to Atreus, setting him in prison. Atreus ordered Egisfa to kill Fiesta. In prison, Fiesta recognized his sword, while Pelope, recognizing Fiesta, stabbed with the sword  .
According to another version, Pelopius revenged for her father  .
The role of Pelopia was played by the during the reign of Domitian  .
- Hyginus. Myths 87
- Hyginus. Myths 88
- Hyginus. Myths 254
- Juvenal. Satires VII 92