Unfortunately, not much is known about Alectrona, though she did have a temple built in her honor with special rules and regulations to be read before entering. She died a virgin and it is said that after her ‘death’ she was honored as a heroine on the Island of Rhodes. The cause of her death is unknown, though there is speculation that she was killed during a war between the gods.
The name ‘Electryone’ means ‘amber, shining, iridescent’, a fitting name for a goddess of the sun and morning. The ‘Alectrona’ form of her name is also very similar to the word for ‘rooster’ in ancient Greek. This further cements the belief that Alectrona woke the sleeping populace every morning.