Daughter of the Titan Atlas
Calypso seduced Odysseus and kept him for 7 years away from his wife, Penelope, on an island called Ogygia to make him her immortal husband. They had a child name Latinus though Circle is usually given the title as Latinus's mother. Athena intervened; eventually Calypso had to let him go and even helped him to build his boat, and then returned to solitude.
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