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Greek mythology, Polyboea (; Ancient Greek: Πολύβοια, /polýboi̯a/ meaning "worth much cattle"), is a name that refers to:
Polyboea, a sister of
Hyacinthus who died a virgin and was believed to have been taken to Elysium by Aphrodite, Athena and Artemis, together with her brother.  Polyboea, the first wife of
Actor.  Polyboea, daughter of
Oecles and Hypermnestra, sister of Iphianeira and Amphiaraus.  Polyboea, a handmaid of
Hecuba, who found the dead body of Polydorus.  Polyboea, an alternate name for Philonome, wife of
Cycnus and stepmother of Tenes.  Polyboea, an obscure theonym, likely an epithet of Artemis or Persephone. 
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