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  1. Thoas is the son of Dionysus and Ariadne. He fathered Hypsipyle and Sicinus with his wife, Myrina. He was given Lemnos by Rhadamanthys, where he ruled until the women of Lemnos revolted against their unfaithful husbands. Thoas escaped to Tauris, where he became king. His daughter Hypsipyle became the new ruler of Lemnos.

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    WikiZero Özgür Ansiklopedi - Wikipedia Okumanın En Kolay Yolu . Thoas may refer to several figures in Greek mythology: . Thoas (king of Lemnos), saved by his daughter Hypsipyle from the massacre by the Lemnian women, a son of Dionysus and Ariadne, sometimes identified with Thoas (king of the Taurians) below

  3. Mukaan mythographer Apollodoruksen, kun jumala Dionysos rakastui Ariadne hän kantoi Lemnos missä ne tuottivat neljä poikaa Thoas, Staphylus, oinopion ja Peparethus. Kuitenkin mukaan Plutarkhos, jotkut tilit oinopion ja Staphylus olivat sen sijaan pojat Theseus ja Ariadne. Thoas syntyi hypsipyle, ja mukaan Ilias, hänen ja Jason, isoisä Euneus.

  4. In Greek mythology, Thoas was a son of the god Dionysus and Ariadne, the daughter of Cretan king Minos. Some, however, consider him to be Theseus ’s son, together with his brother Oenopion. Rhadamanthus, Ariadne's uncle, bequeathed Thoas the island of Lemnos, over which he reigned until his daughter Hypsipyle, unable to kill her own father to ...

  5. Thoas (king of the Taurians), king when Iphigenia became priestess of Artimis, sometimes identified with Thoas (king of Lemnos) above; Thoas (king of Aetolia), a Greek hero and leader in the Trojan War, son of Andraemon and Gorge; Thoas (king of Corinth), a son of Ornytion and a grandson of Sisyphus; Thoas (son of Jason and Hypsipyle), a son of ...

  6. Thebaid by Statius 1786 oil painting by Henry Fuseli depicting the curse of Oedipus Written 80–90 AD Language Latin Genre(s) Epic poetry Meter Dactylic hexameter The Thebaid is a Latin epic poem written by the Roman poet Statius. Published in the early 90s AD, it contains 12 books and recounts the clash of two brothers, Eteocles and Polynices, over the throne of the Greek city of Thebes ...

  7. Stephen Thomas ( Serbo-Croatian: Stefan Tomaš/Стефан Томаш; Stjepan Tomaš/Стјепан Томаш; c. 1411 – July 1461), a member of the House of Kotromanić, reigned from 1443 until his death as the penultimate King of Bosnia . An illegitimate son of King Ostoja, Thomas succeeded King Tvrtko II, but his accession was not ...

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