The name, ino, is inspired by Homer's The Odyssey. Ino, as sea-goddess Leucothea, saves Odysseus from drowning at sea by offering him her enchanted scarf that keeps him afloat.
ino - Leucothea with her veil (1862), by Jean Jules Allasseur (1818-1903). South façade of the Cour Carrée in the Palais du Louvre.