In Greek mythology, Hieromneme (//; Ancient Greek: Ἱερομνήμη means "memory of the holy rites" which came from hieros and mnêma.) was a minor naiad of Asia Minor. She was a daughter of the river-god Simoïs and the wife of Assaracus, by whom she bore Capys. Alternately, Hieromneme was the daughter-in-law of Assaracus, wife of Capys and mother of Anchises. In some accounts, Clytodora was called the wife of Assaracus while Themiste was regarded as the consort of Capys.
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