Euryganeia was considered Oedipus' second wife in Greek mythology, and mother of his children, Polynices, Eteocles, Ismene and Antigone. She was probably Jocasta's sister. After Euryganeia died, Oedipus married Astymedusa, who wanted to kill her stepsons.
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