Clymene in Greek Mythology. A possible origin for the name Clemene (The name given to Imoinda) in Oroonoko.

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Clymene in Greek Mythology. A possible origin for the name Clemene (The name given to Imoinda) in Oroonoko.

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Clymene was the daughter of Catreus, who had received a prophecy that he would be killed by one of his children. Clymene was sent to be sold into slavery and forced to marry Nauplius.
Another Clymene is the Titan of Fame and Infamy.

Creator

The Greeks

Source

https://www.greekmythology.com/Titans/Clymene/clymene.html
https://www.greeklegendsandmyths.com/clymene.html

Publisher

The Greeks

Date

800 BC to 146 BC

Contributor

Michael Einhorn

Relation

Oroonoko

Identifier

Clymene Greek Mythology

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https://www.greeklegendsandmyths.com/clymene.html
https://www.greekmythology.com/Titans/Clymene/clymene.html

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The Greeks, “Clymene in Greek Mythology. A possible origin for the name Clemene (The name given to Imoinda) in Oroonoko.,” Enlightenmens, accessed September 29, 2022, http://enlightenmens.lmc.gatech.edu/items/show/425.

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