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Labdacus, son of Polydorus, grandson of Cadmus; father of Laius, grandfather of Oedipus
Ladon, the hundred-headed dragon who guarded the golden apples of the Hesperides; sprung from Phorcys and Ceto
Laerces, a goldsmith at the palace of Nestor in Pylos
Laertes, son of Arcisius, grandson of Zeus; husband of Anticlea, father of Odysseus
Laius, son of Labdacus, husband of Jocasta, father of Oedipus, killed by his son
Lampus, one of the Troyan elders
Laocoon, Troyan priest of Apollo, killed by two serpents sent by Athene because he warned the Troyans of the wooden horse
Laodamas, son of Alcinous king of the Phaeacians and Arete
Laodamas, son of Eteocles, one of the Epigoni, killed by Alcmaeon
Laodamia, daughter of Acastus, betrothed of Protesilaus
Laodamia, daughter of Bellerophon, mother of Sarpedon by Zeus
Laodice, daughter of Priam and Hecuba
Laodocus, an Argive, charioteer of Antilochus
Laodocus, a Troyan, son of Antenor
Laogonus, a Troyan, son of Bias, killed by Achilles
Laogonus, a Troyan, son of Onetor, killed by Meriones
Laomedon, son of Ilos and Eurydice, father of Hesione and Priam
Laothoe, mother of Polydorus and Lycaon, a concubine of Priam
Leiodes, one of Penelope's suitors, killed by Odysseus
Leitus, an Argive,wounded by Hector
Leocritus, an Argive, friend of Lycomedes, killed by Aeneas
Leocritus, one of Penelope's suitors
Leonteus, an Argive, son of Coronus
Leto, daughter of the Titan Coeus and Phoebe, mother of Apollo and Artemis by Zeus
Leucothea, the sea goddess who helped Odysseus when he was shipwrecked by Poseidon
Leucus, friend of Odysseus, killed by Antiphus
Libya, daughter of Epaphus and Memphis, after whom the land of Libya was named
Lichas, a servant of Heracles
Linus, son of Apollo, a hero representing a god of the old Greek nature worship
Lityerses, bastard son of Midas, killed by Heracles
Lycaon, king of Arcadia, son of Pelasgus
Lycaon, son of Priam and Laothoe, killed by Achilles
Lycomedes, father of Deidamia, maternal grandfather of Neoptolemus, king of Scyros
Lycomedes, an Argive, friend of Leocritus
Lycon, a Troyan, killed by Peneleus
Lycophron, an Argive, killed by Hector
Lycurgus, king of Nemea, father of Opheltes
Lynceus, "the keen-eyed," pilot of the Argo





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