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For the Italian vehicle manufacturer, see Alkè.
- "Alce" redirects here. For the legendary beast, see Griffin.
In Greek mythology, the name Alke (Ἁλκή "prowess, courage"), also transliterated as Alce, may refer to:
- Alke, the spirit and personification of the abstract concept of courage. In the Iliad, she was depicted on Athena's aegis alongside Ioke, Eris and Phobos.
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