The town of Bateia in Troas was believed to have derived its name from her.
Tzetzes calls her a sister of Seamander, the father of Teucer
by the nymph Idaea and in another passage he calls the daughter
of Teucer, who married Dardanus, by the name of Arisbe, and
describes Erichthonius as her son, and Ilus as her grandson. A
Naiad of the name of Bateia occurs in Apollodorus iii.