Antiope (pronounced: /ænˈtaɪ.əpi/; Greek: Ἀντιόπη) can mean:
- Greek mythology
- Antiope (Amazon), sister of Hippolyte kidnapped by Theseus, during Heracles' ninth labour
- Antiope (mother of Amphion) by Zeus, associated with the mythology of Thebes, Greece
- Antiope, daughter of Thespius who bore Heracles a son, Alopius
- Antiope, nymph of Pieria, the mother, by Pierus, of the Pierides, nine sisters who challenged the muses and, on their defeat, were turned into birds
- Antiope, a consort of Helios and possible mother of Aeetes and Aloeus
- Antiope, daughter of Pylon, wife of Eurytus
- Antiope, wife of Laocoon
- Other uses
- Antiope, a fragmentary play by Euripides
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