Lou Alice Fink of Louisville, KY:Information about Eunoë
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EunoëEunoë.She married Dymas Of Phrygia.
Notes for Eunoë:
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Eunoë. One account of the parentage of Hecuba (wife of King Priam of Troy and mother of Hector, Paris and seventeen others) identifies Eunoë, a nymph sometimes associated with Persephone, as her mother.
The name, meaning "good mind," is also applied to a river described in the Purgatorio of Dante Alighieri. Before they may proceed to Paradise, souls who have completed their appointed course of suffering must drink first from the River Lethe, causing them to forget their sinful ways, and then from the River Eunoë, which strengthens and purifies the remembrance of their good deads and honorable intentions.
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Children of Eunoë and Dymas Of Phrygia are:
- +Hecuba Of Phrygia, b. 126, Anatolia, Asiatic, Turkey5.