Well, her name is not really ancient Her first name, Hrysopege (Χρυσοπηγή) pronounced "Hrisopiyi" (i as in ink) means "Gold fount/spring. Both compounds, "χρυσός" (gold) and "πηγή" (fountain) have remained unaltered from ancient times so, in a sense, it is ancient too
Her last name, Δεβετζή (Devetze), pronounced "Thevetzi" (th as in though) is I'm afraid a "Hellenised" form of a Turkish surname (quite a few Greeks have surnames of Turkish origin). According to this
quite interesting site (in modern Greek I'm afraid), the original form is "deveci" (pronounced, I think, "devetsi" or "devetzi") and means "owner/driver(?) of camel(s)"