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Thisbe (in the Bible)

Thisbe, in the Bible, town whence Tobit was carried, N of Jerusalem.

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Thisbe

Thisbe in Roman mythology, a Babylonian girl, lover of Pyramus.

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Thisbe (in Greek legend)

Thisbe: see Pyramus and Thisbe.

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Thisbe

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flute

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