Oizys (Greek Ὀϊζύς, latin Miseria ) In Greek mythology, the personification of grief and misery.
In Roman mythology, the Oizys corresponded to the Miseria. In Cicero De natura deorum ( " On the Nature of the Gods" ) dating from the 1st century BC, it is the daughter of Nyx ( Latin: Nox ) and Erebus ( Latin: Erebus ), the god of darkness, born. In Hyginus Mythographus Miseria is also a daughter of Nox and Erebus.
- Hesiod Theogony 214
- Cicero De Natura Deorum 3,17,44
- Hyginus Fabulae Mythographus Praefatio