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In "Greek mythology, the name Alke (Ἁλκή "prowess, courage"), also transliterated as Alce, may refer to:
- Alke, the spirit and personification of the abstract concept of courage and battle-strength. In the "Iliad, she was depicted on "Athena's "aegis alongside "Ioke, "Eris and "Phobos.
- Alke, daughter of "Cybele and Olympus. She was given a second name, Cybele, after her mother.
- Alke, an "Amazon.
- Alke, one of "Actaeon's dogs.