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In Greek mythology, the name Clymene or Klymene ( /ˈklɪmɪniː,ˈklaɪ-/ ;  Ancient Greek : ΚλυμένηKluménē means 'fame'  ) may refer to:
Chalciope, in Greek mythology, is a name that may refer to several characters.
Agenor was in Greek mythology and history a Phoenician king of Tyre or Sidon. The Greek historian Herodotus, born in the city of Halicarnassus under the Achaemenid Empire, estimated that Agenor lived either 1000 or 1600 years prior to his visit to Tyre in 450 BC at the end of the Greco-Persian Wars. He was said to have reigned in that city for 63 years.
There were several figures named Elatus or Élatos in Greek mythology.
In Greek mythology, Glauce, Latin Glauca, refers to different people:
Acamas or Akamas was a name attributed to several characters in Greek mythology. The following three all fought in the Trojan War, and only the first was not mentioned by Homer.
In Greek mythology, the name Laodamia referred to:
In Greek mythology, Oileus or Oïleus was the king of Locris, and an Argonaut.
In Greek mythology, Minyas was the founder of Orchomenus, Boeotia.
Dictys was a name attributed to four men in Greek mythology.
In Greek mythology, Lampus or Lampos, a Greek verb meaning "glitter" or "shine", may refer to:
In Greek mythology, Mégês Phyleïdês was the commander of Epeans and/or Dulichians during the Trojan War.
In Greek mythology, Phylacus was the name of the following figures:
Diomede is the name of four women in Greek mythology:
Actor is a very common name in Greek mythology. Here is a selection of characters that share this name :
In Greek mythology, Phoenix or Phoinix was the eponym of Phoenicia who together with his brothers were tasked to find their abducted sister Europa.
In Greek mythology, the name Iphidamas may refer to:
In Greek mythology, Peneleos or, less commonly, Peneleus, son of Hippalcimus (Hippalmus) and Asterope, was an Achaean soldier in the Trojan War.
In Greek mythology, Antiope or Antiopa may refer to the following
In Greek mythology, Aethra or Aithra was a Troezenian princess as the daughter of King Pittheus.
In Greek and Roman mythology, Oeax or Oiax was a Euboean prince as the son of King Nauplius.