Ā^drastēa or Ā^drastīa, ae, f., = Ἀδράστεια. The daughter of Jupiter and Necessity (so called from an altar erected to her by Adrastus), the goddess who rewards men for their deeds, and who esp. punishes pride and arrogance: quod nec sinit Adrastea, Verg. Cir. 239: ineffugibilis, App. de Mund. p. 75; Amm. 14, 11.
— A city of Mysia, later called Parium, Plin. 5, 32, 40, § 141; Just. 11, 6, 10.