The daughter of King Minos that helped Theseus (7 letters), what was her name?

The daughter of King Minos that helped Theseus (7 letters), what was her name?

  • Daughter's name Ariadne. She gave Theseia a tangle by which this hero brought himself and other unfortunates out of the labyrinth of the Minotaur, thereby preventing the bloodthirsty beast from arranging a bloody feast. Quite an interesting myth to read

  • This girl's name was ARIADNA (7 letters as ordered). And the myth is good and the name is wonderful. It sounds very cool. Maybe, of course, this is only for me, because my daughter's name is Arina, and these names, as it were, have something in common.

  • Ariadne. This myth is very famous. The cruel King Minos wanted to kill Theseus, but Ariadne saved him. She gave him a ball of thread, which brought the hero out of the Labyrinth. In gratitude, he deceived her. In honor of this heroine named Ariadne constellation.

  • Itself only recently figured out a crossword puzzle and guessed from other words guessed that the correct answer was ARIADN. But if it were not for the hints of the letters, she herself would not have guessed and would have resorted to the help of the Big Question.

  • As far as I remember from the "Myths of Ancient Greece", the daughter of the Cretan king Minos was called Ariadne (just seven letters). Ariadne gave Theseus a ball of thread, with which he left the labyrinth of the Minotaur. There was even a phraseological unit, a catch phrase - "Ariadne's thread", which means "get out of a predicament."

  • The daughter of King Minos was Ariadne. She saved Theseus from certain death with the help of a ball of thread. By the way, the name is quite modern and somehow, I would even say, melodious. I know that Anastasia Volochkova’s daughter is called Ariadne.

  • The daughter of King Minos, who helped Theseus defeat the Minotaur, was called ARIADNE... She was in love with Theseus, in fear for his life and gave him a guiding ball that helped the hero get out of the labyrinth. Theseus promised to marry her, but "promised, he has not married yet," took her with him, and then left her asleep. Subsequently, Ariadne became the wife of the god Dionysus.

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