Alcmene

In Greek mythology, Alcmene (/ælkˈmiːniː/) or Alcmena (/ælkˈmiːnə/; Ancient Greek: Ἀλκμήνη or Doric: Ἀλκμάνα, Latin: Alcumena means "strong in wrath") was the wife of Amphitryon by whom she bore two children, Iphicles and Laonome. She is, however, better known as the mother of Heracles whose father was the god Zeus. Alcmene was also called Electryone (Ἠλεκτρυώνην), a patronymic name as a daughter of Electryon.

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WordWord FrequencyNumber of ArticlesRelevance
alcmene3310.534
ἠλεκτρυώνην120.218
alcumena120.218
ælkˈmiːniː120.218
electryone130.212

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