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The daughter of the seer Tiresias, and herself a prophetess, at first of the Ismenian Apollo at Thebes. After the capture of the town by the Epigoni she was presented to the oracle at Delphi as part of the booty, and sent by the god to Asia, in order to found the oracle of the Clarian Apollo in the neighbourhood of what was afterwards Colophon. Here she bore Mopsus (q.v.) to the Cretan seer Rhacius.


The daughter of Heracles and also a prophetess. From her the town of Mantua received its name (Verg. Aen. x. 199).

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