Arsinoe

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Arsinoe (Ancient Greek: Ἀρσινόη), sometimes spelled Arsinoë, pronounced Arsinoi in modern Greek, may refer to:

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Mythology[edit]

  • Arsinoe or Laodamia, nurse of Orestes
  • Arsinoe, daughter of Leucippus and possible mother of Asclepius by Apollo
  • Arsinoe or Alphesiboea, daughter of Phegeus, king of Psophis, and wife of Alcmaeon
  • Arsinoe, one of the Minyades, according to Plutarch
  • Arsinoe, one of the Nysiads
  • Arsinoe, daughter of Nicocreon, loved by Arceophon

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