Polyphontes

Polyphontes

Polyphontes

Polyphontes was the son of Autophonus in Greek mythology, and participated in the battle that is described in the myth of the Seven Against Thebes. He was on the side of the attacker, Polynices, who tried to win back the throne of the city of Thebes from his brother Eteocles.

See Also: Seven Against Thebes, Polynices, Eteocles

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Polyphontes was the son of Autophonus in Greek mythology, and participated in the battle that is described in the myth of the Seven Against Thebes. He was on the side of the attacker, Polynices, who tried to win back the throne of the city of Thebes from his brother Eteocles.

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