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Alcmēna or Alcŭmēna, ae, also Alcmēnē, ēs, f. (always Alcumena in Plaut. Am.: Alcmene, Ov. M. 9, 276; gen., Gr. Dor. Alcumenās, Plaut. Am. Argum.; Alcmenes, Sen. Herc. Oet. 1825), = Ἀλκμήνη, daughter of Electryon, wife of Amphitryo, and mother of Hercules by Jupiter, and of his twin-brother Iphiclus by Amphitryo, Plaut. Am.; Hyg. Fab. 29 al.