Mycenae

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From Ancient Greek Μυκῆναι (Mukênai), the name of the Ancient Greek city, from Μυκήνη (Mukḗnē), a Nymph in Greek mythology who lived around Mycenae.

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Mycenae

  1. An ancient Greek city in the NE Peloponnesus on the plain of Argos, inhabited since about 4000 BCE

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ancient Greek Μυκῆναι (Mukênai).

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Mycēnae f pl (genitive Mycēnārum); first declension

  1. A city of Argolis and dwelling of the mythical king Agamemnon

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First declension.

Case Plural
nominative Mycēnae
genitive Mycēnārum
dative Mycēnīs
accusative Mycēnās
ablative Mycēnīs
vocative Mycēnae

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