Clymene (disambiguation)

  1. Clymene
    An Oceanid, by Iapetus the mother of Atlas, Menoetius, Prometheus, and Epimetheus.
    In: Greek mythology
  2. Clymene
    The wife of Helios, mother of Phaethon. She later became the wife of Merops.
    In: Greek mythology
  3. Clymene
    One of the Nereides. In Athens there was a precinct sacred to Perseus and an altar of Dictys and Clymene.
    In: Greek mythology
  4. Clymene
    The daughter of Catreus, who sold her as a slave to Nauplius on the condition that she would never again set foot on Crete.
    In: Greek people
  5. Clymene
    One of the Amazons, the warlike race of females.
    In: Greek people
  6. Clymene
    A daughter of Iphis or Minyas, and the wife of Phylacus or Cephalus, by whom she became the mother of Iphicles and Alcimede.
    In: Greek people
  7. Clymene
    A relative of Menelaus and a companion of Helen, together with whom she was carried off by Paris.
    In: Greek people

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