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- Thēbais, i.e. "at Thebes", Thebes in the dative-locative case), 𐀳𐀣𐀆, te-qa-de, for *Tʰēgʷasde (Θήβασδε, Thēbasde, i.e. "to Thebes"), and 𐀳𐀣𐀊, te-qa-ja...
- Thebes, Thebae or Thebai may refer to one of the following places: Thebes, Egypt, Thebes of the Hundred Gates, capital of Egypt under the 11th, early 12th...
- Egyptian Thebes as "Thebes of the Hundred Gates" (Θῆβαι ἑκατόμπυλοι, Thēbai hekatómpyloi) or "Hundred-Gated Thebes", as opposed to the "Thebes of the Seven...
- thebe, a wasp parasitic on caterpillars - see Copidosoma#Species Thebe, an Amazon Thebe, alternate name for the Titaness Phoebe Thebes (disambiguation)...
- The Sacred Band of Thebes (Ancient Gr****: Ἱερὸς Λόχος, Hieròs Lókhos) was a troop of select soldiers, consisting of 150 pairs of male lovers which formed...
- Thebes was established in 1835. At first it was known as Sparhawk Landing. It was the county seat of Alexander County from 1846 until 1859. Thebes, like...
- on the way back to Thebes, at Mount Cithaeron. Lycus abandoned the babies, leaving them with shepherds. Once he returned to Thebes, Lycus gained custody...
- Cadmus (/ˈkædməs/; Gr****: Κάδμος Kadmos), was the founder and first king of Thebes. Cadmus was the first Gr**** hero and, alongside ****us and Bellerophon...
- In Gr**** mythology, the Seven against Thebes were seven champions who made war on Thebes. They were chosen by Adrastus, the king of Argos, to be the captains...
- was said to have founded Thebes and brought the alphabet to Greece Dionysus and Semele Narcissus Heracles, who was born in Thebes The Theban Cycle, including...
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