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Heni'oche

Ἡνιόχη), a daughter of Creon of Thebes, to whom, and to whose sister Pyrrha, statues were erected at the entrance of the temple of the Ismenian Apollo at Thebes. (Paus. 9.10.3.) The wife of Creon, whom Sophocles calls Eurydice, is likewise called by Hesiod (Scut. 83) Henioche.

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