Lycus (disambiguation)

  1. Lycus
    The son of Hyrieus. In Thebes he became the guardian of Labdacus and later of Laius.
    In: Greek people
  2. Lycus
    The son of Dascylus, and king of Mysia. He welcomed the Argonauts, among whom Heracles, with great hospitality.
    In: Greek people
  3. Lycus
    A son of Pandion, and brother of Aegeus, Nisus, and Pallas. He was expelled by Aegeus, and took refuge with the Termili.
    In: Greek people
  4. Lycus
    The son of Poseidon and Celaeno, one of the Pleiades. He was transferred by his father to the Islands of the Blessed.
    In: Greek people
  5. Lycus
    A son of Aegyptus. He married Agave.
    In: Greek people
  6. Lycus
    A tyrant of Thebes, called by some a son of Poseidon, though Euripides calls him a son of Lycus.
    In: Greek people
  7. Lycus
    One of the Telchines. He is said to have gone to Lycia and built there the temple of the Lycian Apollo on the river Xanthus.
    In: Greek mythology
  8. Lycus
    A king of Lycia, who is said to have intended to sacrifice to Ares, Diomedes, who on his return from Troy landed in Lycia.
    In: Greek people
  9. Lycus
    A Thracian who, among others, was slain by Cycnus in single combat, a prize having been proposed for the winner of the duel.
    In: Greek people

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