Teucer, Teucrian (64). Trojan whose forebears were kings of Troy. Thallus (25). Young, gay man, otherwise unknown. Themis (68b). Goddess of Justice and mother of the Parcae. Thermopylae (68b). The pass from north to south of Greece. Thespia/n (61). Town in Boeotia. Thessaly (64). Eastern and central Greece. Theseus (64). Son of Aegeus, killed the Minotaur, eloped with Ariadne, leaving her on Naxos (Dia). Neglecting to raise the white sail, his father threw himself from the cliffs as Theseus returned from his travels. Thetis (64). Nymph, goddess and wife of Peleus. Mother of Achilles. Thia (66). Same as Macedonia. Thracian (4). Area east from Macedonia, including Bulgaria, parts of modern-day Turkey and eastern Greece. Thyades (64). Alternative to Maenads and first followers of Dionysus. Thynia (31). Town situated in Bithynia. Thyone/ian (27). Also known as Semele, mother of Bacchus. Tibur/tine (39, 44). Today’s Tivoli. Fashionable in the Late Republic as the Hamptons were for New Yorkers in the 1950s and 1960s. Transpadene (39). North of the Po River. Where Catullus’s family was supposed to have come from. Trinacrian (68b). Of Sicily. Triton (64). Marine god and son of Poseidon and Amphitrite. Trivia (34, 66). Another name for Diana, here connected to the idea of crossroads and the Underworld.
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