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Odysseus, son of Laertes and Anticlea, husband of Penelope, father of Telemachus, king of Ithaca; one of the most celebrated figures in all mythology, known for his cleverness, versatility, and perseverance                        Oedipus, son of Laius and Jocasta, who killed his father and married his mother; father of Eteocles, Polynices, Antigone, and Ismene by Jocasta, so that his children were at the same time his sisters and brothers     
Oeneus, king of Calydon, father of Deianira, grandfather of Diomedes               
Oenomaus, king of Elis, son of Ares and Sterope, father of Hippodamia the wife of Pelops  
Oenomaus, a Troyan, killed by Idomeneus 
Oenone, daughter of a river-god and a nymph, first wife of Paris  
Oeonus, brother of Alcmene, uncle of Heracles   
Oileus, king of the Locrians, father of Ajax the Less; one of the Argonauts  
Omphale, daughter of Iardanus, queen of Maeonia, with whom Heracles spent three years in bondage 
Opheltes, son of Lycurgus of Nemea and Eurydice, also known as Archemorus 
Orestes, son of Agamemnon and Clytaemnestra, brother of Electra, avenger of his father's murder  
Orion, a mythical hunter of great strength and beauty, set in the heavens as a constellation   
Orpheus, a famous poet, son of Oeagrus and the Muse Calliope; he could move trees and rocks and tame wild beasts by the power of his song         
Orsilochus, an Argive, son of Diodes of Pherae, killed by Aeneas    
Orythaon, a Troyan, friend of Hector, killed by Achilles
Othryoneus, a Troyan, suitor of Cassandra, killed by Idomenens    
Othrys, father of Panthous of Troy  
Oxylus, son of Haemon, descendant of Oeneus           




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