(Ἡνιόχη/Hēnióchē, ‘Holder of the reins’).
 Eptihet of Hera
Epithet of Hera in Boeotian Lebadea, where sacrifices were made to, e.g., Zeus Basileus, Demeter and H. before consulting the Trophonius-oracle (Paus. 9,39,5); Hera is also a chariot driver in the Iliad (Hom. Il. 8,392).
Schachter 1, 240f.
 Wife of Creon
According to Ps.-Hes. Sc. 83,…