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Apollodorus, Epitome (ed. Sir James George Frazer), book E (search)
m made his way out again. And by night he arrived with
Ariadne and the childrenThat is, the boys and girls whom he
had rescued from the Minotaur. at Naxos.
There Dionysus fell in love with Ariadne and carried her off;Compare Diod. 4.61.5; Plut. Thes.
20; Paus. 1.20.3; Paus.
10.29.4; Scholiast Athens she was slain by Artemis in the
island of Dia at the instigation of Dionysus. Later writers, such as Diodorus Siculus
identified Dia with Naxos, but it is rather
“the little island, now Standia, just off Heraclaion, on the north coast of
Crete. Theseus would pass the island in
（Merry on Hom. Od. xi.322）. Apollodorus seems to be the
only extant ancient author who mentions that Dionysus carried off Ariadne from
Naxos to Lemnos and had intercourse with her there. and having brought her to
Lemnos he enjoyed her, and begat Thoas,
Staphylus, Oenopion, and Peparethus.