Clymenus


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Clymenus

eats child who is product of incestuous union with daughter Harpalyce. [Gk. Myth.: Howe, 114]

Clymenus

Arcadian who violated his daughter, Harpalyce. [Gk. Myth.: Zimmerman, 65]
See: Incest
References in classic literature ?
And these others (Althaea) bare to Oeneus, Porthaon's son; horse-taming Pheres, and Agelaus surpassing all others, Toxeus and Clymenus and godlike Periphas, and rich-haired Gorga and wise Deianeira, who was subject in love to mighty Heracles and bare him Hyllus and Glenus and Ctesippus and Odites.