ANTINOE

ΑΝΤΙΝΟΗ

1. A daughter of Cepheus. At the command of an oracle she led the inhabitants of Mantineia from the spot where the old town stood, to a place where the new town was to be founded. She was guided on her way by a serpent. She had a monument at Mantineia commemorating this event. (Paus. viii. 8. § 3, 9. § 2.) In the latter of these passages she is called Antonoe.

2. Two other mythical personages of this name occur in Schol. ad Apollon. Rhod. i. 164 ; Paus. viii. 11. § 2. [See PELIAS.]