Greek mythology, Dryope ( ; Greek: Δρυόπη derived from δρῦς drys, "oak"; dryope "woodpecker" ) is the name attributed to several distinct figures:
, daughter of Dryope Dryops and mother of Amphissus by Apollo.
Dryope, mother of Tarquitus by Faunus, the god of the woods. Tarquitus was slain by Aeneas. 
Dryope, a nymph responsible for kidnapping Hylas, which she did in accord with Hera's will. Her name may have to do with the fact that Hylas was the son of  Theiodamas, the king of the Dryopes.
Dryope, a Theban woman of Phoenician origin, mother of Chromis. She joined the Maenads disregarding her pregnancy, and went into labor when she was dragging a sacrificial bull by the horns.  Dryope, a Lemnian. 
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Graves, Robert, (1955) 1960. The Greek Myths.
Virgil, , 10. 551 Aeneid
Gaius Valerius Flaccus, Argonautica, 3. 529 ff; Statius, Silvae, 1. 5. 22; 3. 4. 42
Statius, Thebaid, 2. 614 ff
Gaius Valerius Flaccus, Argonautica, 2. 174
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Graves, Robert, (1955) 1960. The Greek Myths. 21.j; 26.5; 56.2; 150.b, 1.
Grimal, Pierre (1996). . Wiley. p. 142. Dictionnaire de la Mythologie Grecque Et Romaine ISBN 978-0-631-20102-1.
Kerenyi, Karl. 1951. The Gods of the Greeks 141, 173.
Mark Percy Owen Morford (1999). . Oxford University Press. p. 228. Classical mythology ISBN 978-0-19-514338-6.
Smith, William; , London (1873). Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology "Dry'ope" , Band V, Halbband 10, Donatio-Ephoroi (1905), s. 1746 Realencyclopädie der Classischen Altertumswissenschaft
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