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The daughter of King Minos of Crete and his queen, Pasiphae.


Reference in post-classical culture

Non-musical works

  • "Ariadne auf Naxos" is a poem by Heinrich Wilhelm von Gerstenberg.
  • "Ariadne" is a story by Anton Chekhov.
  • "Klage der Ariadne" is a poem by Friedrich Nietzsche.
  • Metaphysical painter Giorgio de Chirico painted eight works with a classical statue of Ariadne as a prop.
  • Ariadne was a 1924 play by A. A. Milne.
  • The Quest for Theseus, ed. Anne Price (London, 1970), examines the Theseus-Minotaur-Ariadne myth and its historical basis, and later treatments and adaptations of it in Western culture.
  • The HMS Ariadne is the name of a ship in Alistair MacLean's 1986 novel Santorini.
  • Claudia Crawford, To Nietzsche: Dionysus, I love you! Ariadne was published by State University of New York Press, Albany in 1995.
  • John Dempsey's 1996 Ariadne's Brother is a novel on the fall of Bronze Age Crete.
  • Ariadne is an important character in Sara Douglass's historical fantasy series The Troy Game, published by HarperCollins 2002-2006.
  • "Ariadne" is the protagonist of Montreal writer Tess Fragoulis's 2001 novel, Ariadne's Dream.
  • The Algerian-French writer, Hélène Cixous, callsTemplate:Fact Ariadne the anti-Ulysses.
  • A planet called Ariadne is mentioned in the backstory of the 2002-2006 game series Xenosaga.
  • The Minotaur myth is referenced repeatedly as a metaphor over the course of the trilogy The Golden Age, culminating at the end with a newly "born" machine-mind adopting Ariadne as her name.
  • "Ariadne Oliver", a friend of the detective Hercule Poirot in many of his detective mysteries written by Agatha Christie.
  • A main character in the Korean Manhwa Ares is named Ariadne.
  • In the video game Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, the brand of nail polish used by Kristoph Gavin (and later also by Vera Misham) is called Ariadoney.
  • A hotel in Stockholm, belonging to the hotel chain Scandic
  • Referenced in Frank Wedekind's play "Springs Awakening" in Act II Scene 7 by the character Ilse

Musical works

See also

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