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Mnemosyne (Greek deity)

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Personal name headingMnemosyne (Greek deity)
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Variant(s)Mnemosyne (Titan)
Μνημοσυνη (Greek deity)
Mneme (Titan)
Μνήμη (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)
Associated countryGreece
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inRihm, Wolfgang. Mnemosyne, 2009.
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)
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, 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)
Wikipedia, December 20, 2018: Mnemosyne (Mnemosyne (Greek: Μνημοσύνη = 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: Μνήμη = 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)
Wikipedia, December 20, 2018: Asturian page (Mnemósine) Azerbaijani page (Mnemosina, Mnemozina) Belarusian page (Мнемасіна = Mnemasina) Bulgarian page (Мнемозина = Mnemozina) Catalan page (Mnemòsine) Czech page (Mnémosyné) Esperanto page (Mnemozino) French page (Mnémosyne) Korean page (므네모시네 = Mŭnemosine) Hebrew page (מנמוסינה = Mnemosinah) Latvian page (Mnēmosine) Hungarian page (Mnémoszüné) Japanese page (ムネーモシュネー = Munēmoshunē) Piedmontese page (Mnemosin) Ukrainian page (Мнемосіна = Mnemosina or Мнемозіна = Mnemozina) Chinese page (谟涅摩叙涅 = Moniemoxunie)
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