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Rhea is most likely a reference to the Greek goddess Rhea, known as the mother of the gods, and notably as the mother of Zeus. Rhea is most often portrayed as sitting on a throne flanked by two lions, or on a chariot pulled by two lions. The first has a parallel in the Lion Throne, and the second is a reference to the personal banner of Tuon. It can be reasonably determined that Ishara was directly descended from Rhea (except obviously that it can't be reasonably thus determined). Hence, Rand's paternal line (through Janduin) and maternal line (through Tigraine) can be traced to a common ancestor.[verify]
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