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Hades, king of the underworld, son of Cronus and Rhea, brother of Zeus and Poseidon, also known as Pluto; the name Hades was also applied to the underworld itself
Haemon, son of Creon of Thebes and Eurydice, betrothed to Antigone
Halitherses, son of Mastor, an Ithacan seer, friend of Odysseus
Halius, son of Alcinous king of the Phaeaclans and Arete
Harmonia, wife of Cadmus
Harpalion, son of Pylaemenes, a Troyan ally, killed by Merlones
Harpalycus, son of Hermes, teacher of Heracles
Harpinna, one of the mares of Oenomaus
Hebe, the goddess of youth, wife of Heracles on Olympus
Hecabe see Hecuba
Hecate, originally a personification of divine power, she later came to be conceived as a goddess of night and the lower world, and eventually of ghosts and magic
Hector, son of Priam and Hecuba, brother of Paris; greatest of the Troyan heroes In the Troyan war, finally killed by Achilles
Hecuba, daughter of Dymas king of Phrygia, wife of Priam king of Troy, mother of Hector and Paris; also known as Hecabe                                                                                                                                                 Helen, daughter of Zeus and Leda, half sister of the Tyndaridae and of Clytaemnestra; she was the wife of Menelaus, famed for her beauty, carried off by Paris, and thus the cause of the Troyan war                             Helenus, son of Priam and Hecuba, endowed, like his sister Cassandra with the gift of prophecy
Heliades, the daughters of Helios and the ocean nymph Clymene, Bisters of Phaethon
Helios see Apollo
Helle, daughter of Athamas and Nephele, sister of Fhrixus; the Hellespont was named after her
Hellen, son of Pyrrha and Deucalion, after whom the Greeks were called Hellenes                                      Hephaestus, greek god of fire, son of Zeus and Hera
Hera, the queen of the gods, eldest daughter of Cronus and Rhea, sister and wife of Zeus
Heracles or Hercules, the most illustrious hero of Greek mythology, the son of Zeus by Alcmene, famed for his manly strength
Heraclidae, the name by which the descendants of Heracles were known
Hermes, son of Zeus and Maia, herald of the gods and guide of the dead in Hades; known for his inventiveness and versatility
Hermione, only daughter of Menelaus and Helen, wife of Orestes, though at one time she was betrothed to Neoptolemus                                                                                                                                              Hesione, daughter of Laomedon, sister of Priam, saved from a sea monster by Heracles, who gave her as wife to Telamon, to whom she bore Teucer                                                                                                        Hesperides, the daughters of Night, guardians of the golden apples which Gaea caused to grow as a marriage gift for Hera                                                                                                                                              Hicetaon, one of the Troyan elders
Hippocoon, king of Sparta, son of Oebalus and Bateia, brother of Tyndareus
Hlppocoon, a Thracian, friend of Rhesus                                                                                                  Hippodamas, a Troyan, killed by Achilles                                                                                                Hippodamia, daughter of Oenomaus and Sterope, wife of Pelops                                              
Hippodamia, a Thessalian princess, daughter of Butes, courted by Pirithous                                Hippodamia, wife of Tisiphonus, daughter of Antimachus                                                                          Hippodamia, one of the handmaids of Penelope                                                                                         Hippodamia see Briseis                                                                                                                         Hippolochus, son of Bellerophon, father of Glaucus of Lycia                                                                        Hippolyte, daughter of greek god Ares, queen of the Amazons, wife of Theseus, sister of Penthesilea; (these relationships conflict with one another, but the tradition is confused and inconsistent)                          Hippolytus, one of the giants                                                                                                                 Hippolytus, son of Theseus and Hippolyte, a chaste devotee of Artemis, killed by the curse of his father        Hippomedon, brother of Adrastus, one of the Seven against Thebes                                                 Hipponous, son of Priam and Hecuba, killed by Achilles                                                                          Hippotes, son of Phylas, one of the descendants of Heracles                                                                  Hippothous, son of Lethus, leader of the Pelasgians, ally of the Troyans, killed by Ajax                               Hippotion, a Phrygian, ally of the Troyans, killed by Meriones                                                                        Hodius, a Troyan ally, killed by Agamemnon                                                                                                 Hodius, an Argive herald                                                                                                                       Hours, greek goddesses of order in nature Eunomia (Good Order), Dike (Justice), and Eirene (Peace); they are also known by the Latin name of Horae                                                                                                       Hydra, offspring of Typhon and Echidna, with nine immortal heads; called the Lernean Hydra from the district in which it lived                                                                                                                                              Hylas, son of Theiodamas, a beloved companion of Heracles                                                                    Hyilus, son of Heracles and Deianira                                                                                                       Hylonome, the beloved of the centaur Cyllarus                                                                                            Hyperenor, a Troyan, killed by Menelaus                                                                                                    Hypiron, a Troyan, killed by Diomedes                                                                                                    Hypsenor, son of Hippasus, companion of Antilochus, killed by Deiphobus
Hypsipyle, daughter of Thoas king of Lemnos                                                                                            Hyrnetho, daughter of Temenus, wife of Deiphontes the Heraclid                                                                   Hyrtius, a Troyan ally, killed by Ajax





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