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In Greek mythology, the name Thronia (Ancient Greek: Θρωνία) or Thronie (Θρωνίη) may refer to:

Notes

  1. Apollodorus, 2.1.4
  2. Hesiod, Ehoiai fr.15; Strabo, 1.2.34
  3. Pindar, Paean 2.1–2 (fr. 52b S–M). The Bibliotheca (2.5.8) says that Abderus was the son of Hermes.
  4. Scholia on Homer, Iliad 2.533

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