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                                                       Greek Mythology Thesaurus


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Echeclus, Troyan, son of Agenor, killed by Achilles
Echemmon, son of Priam, killed by Diomedes
Echemus, king of Tegea
Echeneus, a Phaeacian
Echepolus, a Troyan, killed by Antilochus
Echetus, cruel king of Epirus
Echidna, a serpent, mother of the Lernean Hydra, the Nemean lion, the Chimaera, the Sphinx, and other monsters; she is represented as half maiden and half snake
Echion, one of the earthborn men who sprang from the dragon teeth sown by Cadmus                                   Echius, an Argive, killed by Polites                                                                                                                Eetion, king of Thebe in Cilicia, father of Andromache                                                                                     Eetion, prince of Imbros, son of Jason Eidyia, wife of Aeetes, mother of Medea and Absyrtus                       Elatreus, a Fhaeacian                                                                                                                              Elatus, a Troyan, killed by Agamemnon                                                                                                         Elatus, one of Penelope's suitors, killed by Eumaeus                                                                                   Electra, daughter of Agamemnon and Clytaemnestra, sister of Orestes, whom she helped avenge their father's murder                                                                                                                                                  Elephenor, one of the Abantes from Euboea, killed by Agenor                                                                        Elpenor, one of the companions of Odysseus, killed when he fell from the roof of Circe's palace                 Enceladus, one of the giants, upon whom Athene hurled the island of Sicily                                                     Endymion, the beautiful son of Aethlios, loved by Selene the goddess of the moon                                       Eniopeus, a Troyan, charioteer of Hector                                                                                                      Ennomus of Mysia, ally of the Troyans, killed by Achilles                                                                            Eos, greek goddess of the dawn, mother of Memnon                                                                                    Epaphus, son of Zeus and Io                                                                                                                      Epeigeus, son of Agacles, an Argive, killed by Hector                                                                              Epeius, son of Panopaeus, builder of the wooden horse                                                                                 Eperitus, son of Apheidas, of Alybas, the name assumed by Odysseus before making himself known to his father Laertes                                                                                                                                       Ephialtes, one of the giants, whose eyes were shot out by Apollo and Heracles                                            Epicles, a Troyan, killed by Ajax                                                                                                               Epigoni, the name given to the sons of the heroes who fell in the war against Thebes                                     Epimetheus, son of Iapetus, brother of Prometheus                                                                                    Epistrophus of Phocis, son of Iphitus, brother of Schedius
Epistrophus, one of the allies of Troy
Erechtheus, king of Athens, son of Gaea by Hephaestus, brought up by Athene
Erechthides, the family name of the descendants of Erechtheus
Ereuthalion of Arcadia, son of Hippomedon, killed by Nestor
Erginus, king of the Minyans, son of Clymenus
Eriboea, mother of Ajax the Great
Erichthonius, son of Dardanus, father of Tros
Erichthonius, son of Hephaestus and Atthis or Athene
Erinyes, a name of the Furies or Eumenides, the goddesses of vengeance
Eriphyle, daughter of Talaus of Argos, wife of Amphiaraus
Eris, Greek goddess of discord; she was the only one among the gods not invited to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis; in revenge she threw a golden apple among the guests, and thus gave occasion for the Troyan war
Eros, the Greek god of love, the child of Chaos, or, by another branch of tradition, of Aphrodite by Ares or Hermes
Erylaus, a Troyan, killed by Patroclus
Eteocles, son of Oedipus and Jocasta; he was the defender of Thebes against the Seven, and was killed by the hand of his brother Polynices
Eteoneus, a servant of Menelaus in Sparta
Ethops, son of Pyrrhasus, friend of Memnon, killed by Antilochus
Euadne, daughter of Iphis, wife of Capaneus
Euandra, one of the Amazons, killed by Meriones
Euchenor of Corinth, an Argive, killed by Paris                                                                                             Eudoras, son of Hermes and Polymele, one of Achilles' Myrmidons                                                              Euenor of Dulichlum, an Argive, killed by Paris                                                                                    Eumaeus, the faithful swineherd of Odysseus
Eumelus, son of Adroctus and Alcestis, husband of  Iphthime                                                                  Eumenides, greek goddesses of Venice, known also as Erinyes or Furies                                                  Eumolpus, priest of Eleusis, son of Poseidon and Chione                                                                              Euneus, son of Jason and Hypsipyle                                                                                                       Eupeithes, father of Antinous, killed by Laertes                                                                                        Euphemus, son of Poseidon and Europa                                                                                                Euphemus, son of Troizenus, an ally of the Troyans                                                                                 Euphorbus, a Troyan, son of Panthous, killed by Menelaus                                                                            Europa, daughter of Agenor, sister of Cadmus, carried off by Zeus, to whom she bore Minos and Rhadamanthys                                                                                                                                         Euryades, one of Penelope's suitors, killed by Telemachus                                                                       Euryalus, son of Mecisteus, one of the Epigoni; he also took part in the war against Troy                               Euryalus, one of the Phaeacians                                                                                                               Eurybates, an Argive herald, companion of Odysseus                                                                                   Euryclea, nurse of Odysseus, who brought up his son Telemachus                                                            Eurydamas, a Troyan, son-in-law of Antenor, killed by Diomedes                                                               Eurydamas, one of Penelope's suitors, killed by Odysseus                                                                    Eurydice, wife of Lycurgus of Nemea, mother of Opheltes                                                                               Eurydice, wife of Creon of Thebes                                                                                                           Eurylochus, companion of Odysseus                                                                                                       Eurymachus, son of Antenor                                                                                                                  Eurymachus, one of the Argives who concealed themselves in the wooden horse                          Eurymachus, son of Polybus, one of Penelope's suitors                                                                   Eurymedon, an Argive, charioteer of Agamemnon                                                                         Eurymenes, a Troyan, friend of Aeneas                                                                                                 Eurynome, daughter of Oceanus, mother of the Graces by Zeus                                                                Eurynome, one of Penelope's handmaids                                                                                   Eurynomus, son of Aegyptius one of Penelope's suitors                                                                               Eurypylus, an Argive hero, son of Euaemon                                                                                               Eurypylus of Mysia, son of Telephus and Astyoche, ally of the Troyans                                                       Eurysaces, son of Ajax the Great and Tecmessa                                                                                      Eurysthenes, son of Aristodemus and Argia, one of the descendants of Heracles                                         Eurystheus, son of Sthenelus and Nicippe, grandson of Perseus; he imposed the celebrated 12 labors of Heracles                                                                                                                                             Eurytion, the centaur who carried off Hlppodamia, the bride of Pirithous                                                        Eurytus, king of Oechalia, son of Melaneus, father of Iole and Deioneus





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