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- 'WHICH OF THE GODS IS THIS'? DIONYSUS IN THE HOMERIC
- Zeus and Semele—the daughter of Cadmus, founder of Thebes.3 In this tradition, Hera is an- gered by Zeus's mele, whom they call Thyone.
- Recent surveys and research on butterflies in Britain and Ireland: a
- Eumenis semele thyone Thompson (Lep. Satyridae) comparisons and remarks. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation,.
- POV Study Guide for Semele
- Feb 10, 2009 with reference to the ancient sources for each story. Within this site you can find the story of Semele at http://www.theoi.
- The Homeric Hymns
- for the poet who forgets you to remember his sacred song. And so farewell to you, Dionysos Eiraphiotes,. 20 with your mother Semele, whom they call Thyone.
Suggested Web Resources
- SEMELE THYONE : Goddess of the Bacchic Frenzy | Greek mythology
- Thyone was born Semele, a Theban princess loved by the god Zeus.
- UK Butterflies - Grayling - Hipparchia semele
- Subspecies: semele. This subspecies occurs throughout the range of the species , with the exception of Ireland and Scotland.