- Arsinoe (mythology)
Greek mythology, Arsinoe referred to several different people.
*Nurse of Orestes
Asclepiusby Apollo. She was the daughter of Leucippus.
Phegeus, king of Psophis; sister of Agenor and Pronous. Wife of Alcmaeon. In some versions of this myth, she is named Alphesiboea.
*One of the
Minyades, according to Plutarch
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