The daughter of Iolaus and Megara, and the mother of Hippotes and Thero by Phylas, according to the epic poem Μεγάλαι Ἠοῖαι (Megalai Ēoiai):

"Phylas wedded a daughter of famous Iolaus,
Leipephilene, like in form to the Olympian goddesses;
She bore him in the halls a son Hippotes,
And lovely Thero, like to the moonbeams.
Thero, falling into the embrace of Apollo,
Bore mighty Chaeron, tamer of horses."



  • Pausanias. Description of Greece ix, 40.5-6.