Lysidice

Lysidice

Lysidice

Lysidice was a name attributed to various figures in Greek mythology. One of them was the daughter of Thespius and Megamede, a lover of Heracles who gave him a son, Teles. Another person by the same name was the daughter of Pelops and Hippodamia, who was the wife of Mestor; together they had a daughter, Hippothoe. There are other figures by the same name who played insignificant roles in a number of myths.

See Also: Thespius, Pelops, Hippodamia

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Who was Lysidice?

Lysidice was a name attributed to various figures in Greek mythology. One of them was the daughter of Thespius and Megamede, a lover of Heracles who gave him a son, Teles.

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