Glaucus (disambiguation)

  1. Glaucus
    The king of Corinth. He angered Aphrodite who avenged herself by maddening his horses so that they devoured him.
    In: Greek people
  2. Glaucus
    The son of Hippolochus. He was the leader of the Lycians in the Trojan War.
    In: Greek people
  3. Glaucus
    A Greek fisherman from Anthedon in Boeotia. He once ate a magical herb that changed him to a sea deity.
    In: Greek people
  4. Glaucus
    The son of Minos and Pasiphaƫ. He died while still a child but was restored to life through a magical herb.
    In: Greek people
  5. Glaucus
    A son of Antenor and Theano, and brother of Eurymachus. He fought in the Trojan War and was slain by Ajax.
    In: Greek people
  6. Glaucus
    A son of king Aepytus, whom he succeeded on the throne. Glaucus distinguished himself by his piety toward the gods.
    In: Greek people
  7. Glaucus
    One of the many sons of the Trojan king Priam.
    In: Greek people

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