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Mnemosyne (Greek deity)


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    • Mnemosyne (Titan)
    • Μνημοσυνη (Greek deity)
    • Mneme (Titan)
    • Μντ̔̈«”αδ·μη (Titan)
    • Mnemósine (Greek deity)
    • Mnemosina (Greek deity)
    • Mnemozina (Greek deity)
    • Мнемасіна (Greek deity)
    • Mnemasina (Greek deity)
    • Мнемозина (Greek deity)
    • Mnemozino (Greek deity)
    • 므네모시네 (Greek deity)
    • Mŭnemosine (Greek deity)
    • מנמוסינה (Greek deity)
    • Mnemosinah (Greek deity)
    • Mnémoszüné (Greek deity)
    • ムネーモシュネー (Greek deity)
    • Munēmoshunē (Greek deity)
    • Mnemosin (Greek deity)
    • Мнемосіна (Greek deity)
    • Мнемозіна (Greek deity)
    • 谟涅摩叙涅 (Greek deity)
    • Moniemoxunie (Greek deity)
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    • found: Rihm, Wolfgang. Mnemosyne, 2009.
    • found: Britannica online, December 20, 2018(Mnemosyne, in Greek mythology, the goddess of memory. A Titaness, she was the daughter of Uranus (Heaven) and Gaea (Earth), and, according to Hesiod, the mother (by Zeus) of the nine Muses)
    • found: Theoi Project website, December 20, 2018(Mnemosyne; Greek name: Μνημοσυνη = Mnēmosynē; Titan goddess of memory and remembrance and the inventress of language and words; daughter of Ouranos (Uranus, Heaven); also a goddess of time
    • found: GreekMythology.com, December 20, 2018(Mnemosyne was one of the Titans, daughter of Uranus and Gaea, and goddess of memory. She was also occassionally referred to as Mneme; however, this was the name of another goddess)
    • found: Wikipedia, December 20, 2018:Mnemosyne (Mnemosyne (Greek: Μνημοστ̔̈«”ϐγ·νη = Mnēmosynē) is the goddess of memory in Greek mythology; a Titanide, or Titaness, Mnemosyne was the daughter of the Titans Uranus and Gaia. Mnemosyne was the mother of the nine Muses, fathered by her nephew, Zeus) Mneme (In Greek mythology, Mneme (Greek: Μντ̔̈«”αδ·μη = Mnēmē) was one of the three original (Boeotian) muses, along with her sisters Aoide and Melete before Arche and Thelxinoë were identified, increasing the number to five; she was the muse of memory)
    • found: Wikipedia, December 20, 2018:Asturian page (Mnemósine) Azerbaijani page (Mnemosina, Mnemozina) Belarusian page (Мнемасіна = Mnemasina) Bulgarian page (Мнемозина = Mnemozina) Catalan page (MnemЂosine) Czech page (MnЃemosynЃe) Esperanto page (Mnemozino) French page (MnЃemosyne) Korean page (므네모시네 = MІunemosine) Hebrew page (מנמוסינה = Mnemosinah) Latvian page (MnЅemosine) Hungarian page (MnЃemoszЈunЃe) Japanese page (ムネーモシュネー = MunЅemoshunЅe) Piedmontese page (Mnemosin) Ukrainian page (Мнемосіна = Mnemosina or Мнемозіна = Mnemozina) Chinese page (谟涅摩叙涅 = Moniemoxunie)
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    • 2018-12-20: new
    • 2019-04-17: revised
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