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  1. Thoas (king of Lemnos) In Greek mythology, Thoas ( Ancient Greek: Θόας, "fleet, swift") [1] was a son of the god Dionysus and Ariadne, the daughter of the Cretan king Minos. He was the king of Lemnos when the Lemnian women decided to kill all the men on the island. He was the only man to survive the massacre, having been saved by his ...

  2. Thoas (king of the Taurians) In Greek mythology, Thoas ( Ancient Greek: Θόας, lit. 'fleet, swift') [1] was a king of the Taurians, a barbaric tribe in Crimea. [2] He was king when Agamemnon 's daughter Iphigenia was taken to the land of the Taurians, and became a priestess of Artemis there. He was a character in Euripides ' play Iphigenia ...

  3. In Greek mythology, Thoas ( Ancient Greek: Θόας, "fleet, swift") [1] may refer to the following figures: Thoas, a king of Lemnos saved by his daughter Hypsipyle from the massacre by the Lemnian women. He was a son of Dionysus and Ariadne, and sometimes identified with Thoas, the king of the Taurians, below. Thoas, a king of the Taurians ...

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    Thoas (king of Corinth), a son of Ornytion and a grandson of Sisyphus. Thoas (son of Jason and Hypsipyle), a son of Jason, the leader of the Argonauts, and Hypsipyle the daughter of Thoas, the king of Lemnos (above), and the brother of Euneus. Thoas (mythology), other figures named "Thoas" in Greek mythology. Thoas may also refer to: 4834 Thoas ...

  5. Thoas (son of Jason) In Greek mythology, Thoas ( Ancient Greek: Θόας, "fleet, swift") [1] was a son of Jason and Hypsipyle, and a grandson of the Lemnian king Thoas, and the twin brother of Euneus. Thoas and Euneus took part in the funeral games of the Nemean king Lycurgus ' infant son Opheltes, after which they succeeded in rescuing their ...

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Thomas_KingThomas King - Wikipedia

    Thomas J. King Jr. (1925–1994), American educator and Shakespearean scholar; Thomas M. King (1929–2009), American Jesuit priest and scholar of theology and philosophy at Georgetown University; Thomas King (merchant), British merchant and privateer; Thomas King (novelist) (born 1943), Canadian novelist and broadcaster

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  8. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › LemnosLemnos - Wikipedia

    Lemnos or Limnos ( Greek: Λήμνος; Ancient Greek: Λῆμνος) is a Greek island in the northern Aegean Sea. Administratively the island forms a separate municipality within the Lemnos regional unit, which is part of the North Aegean region. The principal town of the island and seat of the municipality is Myrina. [2]

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