Autonoe (disambiguation)


Autonoe (disambiguation)

Autonoe is the name of five characters in Greek mythology

*Autonoë, daughter of Cadmus and Harmonia.
*Autonoe, one of the Nereids. [Apollodorus, "Library", [http://www.theoi.com/Text/Apollodorus1.html#2 1.2.7] ] [Hesiod, "Theogony", [http://www.theoi.com/Text/HesiodTheogony.html#4 240] ]
*Autonoe, one of the Danaids, daughter of Danaus and Polyxo. She married (and murdered) Eurylochus, son of Aegyptus and Caliadne. [Apollodorus, "Library", [http://www.theoi.com/Text/Apollodorus2.html#1 2.1.5] ]
*Autonoe, daughter of Pireus. She became mother of Palaemon by Heracles. [Apollodorus, "Library" [http://www.theoi.com/Text/Apollodorus2.html#7 2.7.8] ]
*Autonoe, one of the maids of Penelope. [Homer, "Odyssey", [http://www.theoi.com/Text/HomerOdyssey18.html 18.178] ]

Other uses

Autonoe, one of the moons of Jupiter

References


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