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Nicippe, also Nikippe (Νικίππη) is a name attributed to several women in Greek mythology.
- Nicippe, one of the fifty daughters of Thespius and Megamede. She bore Heracles a son, Antimachus.
- Nicippe, daughter of Pelops and Hippodamia. She married Sthenelus and bore him Alcyone, Medusa, and Eurystheus. She is also known as Antibia or Archippe
- Nicippe, a priestess of Demeter in Dotion, Thessaly. Demeter assumes her shape to try to stop Erysichthon from cutting down the sacred grove.
Also known is one apparently historical figure of this name:
- Nicippe, daughter of Paseas, who dedicated a statue to Aphrodite Symmachia at the temple in Mantinea which was founded to commemorate the alliance of the Mantineans with the Romans in the Battle of Actium.
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