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Thelxinoë

In Greek mythology, Thelxinoë /ˌθɛlɡˈzɪn./ (Greek: Θελξινόη, translit. Thelxinóē; English translation: "mind charming") was a name attributed to three individuals.

  • Thelxinoë, one of the sirens. Also known as Thelxiope or Thelxiepia.[1]
  • Thelxinoë, one of the four later recognized muses in Greek tradition. Her sisters were Aoede, Arche and Melete.[2] The moon of Jupiter Thelxinoe is named after her.
  • Thelxinoë, one of Semele's attendants.[3]

References

  1. ^ Hesiod. Catalogue of Women, Fragment 47.
  2. ^ Cicero. de Natural Deorum, 3.21.
  3. ^ Nonnus. Dionysiaca, 8.178.