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Eupeithes

by Micha F. Lindemans
The father of Antinous. When his son, the most aggressive of Penelope's suitors, was killed by Odysseus, he tried to raise the people of Ithaca against Odysseus. He was, however, killed by Laertes.

Odyssey XXIV, 469.


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