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In Greek mythology, Laothoe (Λαοθόη) can refer to the following women:
- Laothoe, a consort of Priam, king of Troy, and mother of Lycaon and Polydorus. Her father was Altes, king of the Leleges.
- Laothoe, one of the daughters of Thespius and Megamede. She bore Heracles a son, Antiphus.
- Laothoe, mother of Thestor by Idmon.
- Laothoe, wife of the Trojan elder Clytius.
- Laothoe, daughter of Menetus, possible mother of the Argonauts Erytus (Eurytus) and Echion by Hermes.
- Laothoe, consort of Porthaon, mother of Sterope, Stratonice and Eurythemiste.
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