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Theobule

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In Greek mythology, the name Theobule (Ancient Greek: Θεοβούλη from θεός + βούλλα ‘divine will’ or ‘divine counsel’) refers to:

  • Mother of Myrtilus by Hermes.
  • Mother of Arcesilaus and Prothoenor by Areilycus.
  • This name was also thought to have given rise to Sibyl by Varro, a Roman man of letters. The historian Jerome similarly explained Theobule as the Attic form of the Doric Σιοβόλλα (Siobolla), a variant of Sibulla (Sibyl in Greek)

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    Theobule Wikipedia


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