Alcmene

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Alc·me·ne

 (ălk-mē′nē)
n. Greek Mythology
Amphitryon's wife, who gave birth to Hercules after being seduced by Zeus.

Alcmene

(ælkˈmiːnɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth the mother of Hercules by Zeus who visited her in the guise of her husband, Amphitryon

Alc•me•ne

(ælkˈmi ni)

n.
(in Greek myth) the mother of Hercules by Zeus, who had assumed the form of her husband, Amphitryon.
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Edited by Richard Albert, Xenophon Contiades, and Alkmene Fotiadou
The RHS recommends the following culinary apples for growing in containers: Arthur Turner, Bountifuln and Howgate Wonder, while its dessert apple recommendations include Alkmene, Discovery, Falstaff and Fiesta.
Xenophon Contiades & Alkmene Fotiadou, 'Models of Constitutional Change" in Xenophon Contiades, ed, Engineering Constitutional Change: A Comparative Perspective on Europe, Canada and the USA (Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 2013) 417 at 442.
GET a great deal that leaves money to spare to enjoy the island's glitzy nightlife when you selfcater at the two-star Alkmene Studios.
Questions such as whether Alkmene can recover from her ordeal, or whether Prince Friedrich can return from the death he so fully embraced, were, according to Peter, of little interest to Kleist.
5) What is clear from the citations and fragments, though, is that the Hesiodic Catalogue of Women is a song on mortal women who lay with gods and bore demigods and heroes, and includes in its celebration Alkmene, Atalante, Demodike, Europe, Io, Kallisto, Koronis, Kyrene, Mestra, Niobe, Pyrrha, Semele, Tyro, and other famous women of antiquity.
A black-figure hydria attributed to the Alkmene Painter resurfaced after a century out of sight.
1-4) attributed to a member of the circle of the Antimenes Painter, the Alkmene Painter, provides us with an occasion to look again at the apparently incongruous cause-and-effect relationship between an architectural event and a ceramic backwater.
Beazley attributed the hydria to the Alkmene Painter, one of the artists working in the wider circle of the Antimenes Painter around 530-510 B.
Starting with the notorious "Ach" of Alkmene, Toni's ultimate words are:
18) Xenophon Contiades & Alkmene Fotiadou, "Models of Constitutional Change" in Xenophon Contiades, ed, Engineering Constitutional Change: A Comparative Perspective on Europe, Canada and the USA (New York: Routledge, 2013) 417 at 431.