'Ilaheva

In the mythology of Tonga, ʻIlaheva Vaʻepopua (ʻIlaheva, living at Vaʻepopua) was a mortal woman, the daughter of Seketoʻa. Seketo'a was either a chief of Tongatapu, or perhaps a god from Niuatoputapu, depending on the source. All accounts, however, agree that 'Ilaheva became the wife of Tangaloa ʻEitumātupuʻa and mother of ʻAhoʻeitu,[1] the first divine king of the Tuʻi Tonga dynasty in Tonga, around 900 AD.

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  1. ^ "ILAHEVA - Ancient Mythology". Mysticgames.com. Retrieved 2016-01-13.

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