Alcithoe


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Alcithoe

driven mad by Dionysus. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 16]
See: Madness
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After her opening remarks quoted above, Alcithoe embarks on the tale proper and gives a description of the adolescent Hermaphroditus leaving his home amongst the Naiads on Mount Ida and embarking on a journey of discovery to wander in foreign parts.