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  Hipponous Sources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Astynome, daughter of Talaus by Eurynome, married Hipponous; Capaneus, son of Hipponous by Astynome;
Capaneus, son of Hipponous by Astynome, sister of Adrastus and daughter of Talaus;
Capaneus, son of Hipponous; Capaneus is a descendant of Proetus;
www.csulb.edu /~dbouvier/SourceFiles/i2635Sources.htm   (57 words)

  
 P_hipponous   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Found from Indochina and Thailand (ssp pitmani), Hainan Is (ssp.
hipponous), Palawan and Mindanao / SE Philippines (ssp bazilanus) to Talaud island (ssp.
The nomenclature here is not clear to me, and its relationship to P fuscus is unclear; the two may prove to be be conspecific.
home.att.net /~bret72/P_hipponous.htm   (47 words)

  
 Greek Mythology: THRASSA Nymph of the Triballi of Thrace
She was a daughter of Ares and the Naias Teirene, and the wife of the Thrakian King Hipponous.
Their daughter Polyphonte coupled with a bear in the mountains and gave birth to a pair of bear-like Giants, named Agrios and Oreios.
Hipponous, son of Triballos [eponym or god of the Triballoi tribe of Thrake], married her and they had a daughter called Polyphonte.
www.theoi.com /Nymphe/NympheThrassa.html   (145 words)

  
 Dictionary: Thoosa to Zorus, Greek Mythology Link.
Hipponous 5 and Thrassa had a daughter Polyphonte, who despised Aphrodite and became the companion of Artemis, remaining a virgin.
Aphrodite disliked her attitude and, to teach her a lesson, inspired her a passion for a bear.
Father of Hipponous 5, father of Polyphonte, the girl who fell in love with a bear [Lib.Met.21].
homepage.mac.com /cparada/GML/001ShortEntries/SEThoosa.html   (4688 words)

  
 Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 495 (v. 2)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
He was accused of cowardice for not having obeyed the orders of Agis during the battle, and exiled from Sparta in consequence.
HIPPONOUS ('iTTTroVoos), a son of Glauciis and Eurymede, or of Poseidon and Eurynome (Pind.
He was a Corinthian hero, and by some called Leophontes, or more commonly Bellerophon, Bellerophontes, or Ellerophontes, a name which he is said to have received from having slain Bellerus, a distinguished Corinthian, f belle­ rophon.] There are several other mythical per­ sonages of the name of Hipponous.
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 Adrastus 1, Greek Mythology Link.
The Megarians assert that Adrastus 1 died at Megara of Old Age and grief at the death of his son Aegialeus 1, whom Laodamas 2 killed during the war of the EPIGONI.
Others have said that Adrastus 1 and his son Hipponous 4 threw themselves into the fire, following (again) an oracle of Apollo, a god who, apparently, wished his destruction.
Hipponous 4 is reported to have thrown himself into the fire, together with his father, following an oracle of Apollo.
www.forumancientcoins.com /cparada/GML/Adrastus1.html   (2964 words)

  
 Houses of Elis and Calydon
Porthaon became king of Calydon and married Euryte, the daughter of Hippodamas, the son of the river god Achelous.
Porthaon was the father of several sons: Oeneus, Agrius, Melas, Alcathous and Hipponous.
Hipponous was angry with his daughter, and send Periboea off to his brother Oeneus, with an order for Oeneus to kill her.
www.timelessmyths.com /classical/calydon.html   (4334 words)

  
 Hipponous   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In Greek mythology, Hipponous referred to two different peopleOne was the father of Capaneus.
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Even the recent naval expedition of the republic against the disappointment to the States, and cost them so many lives, including that of immense advantage to England.
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 Pegasus - ancient Greek mythology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Pegasus became the mount of Bellerophon after being caught with the aid of a golden bridle given to him by Athena.
What is lesser know is that Bellerophon was originally called Hipponous (Hippo means horse in Greek), the son of Glaucus who was a ghost known to frighten horses.
While Pegasus appears on many ancient Greek coins, the images on Corinth's coins are best known (with Athena on the other side of the coins).
www.calgarycoin.com /reference/myth/mypegas.htm   (275 words)

  
 Diotima
A king of Argos and leader of the Seven Against Thebes, who in later life along with a son Hipponous threw himself into a fire in response to an oracle from Apollo.
Adrastus and Hipponous his son, threw themselves into the fire because of an oracle of Apollo.
A king of Athens, father of Theseus, who either flung himself from the Acropolis or into the sea, now called the Aegean, when Theseus returning from Crete failed to change the sails on his ship to alert Aegeus of his victory.
www.stoa.org /diotima/essays/garrison_catalogue2.shtml   (4708 words)

  
 History of Ancient Corinth/Korinth
He did that at the moment the steed was drinking water from the Peirene spring, near Acrocorinth.
Bellerophon's first name was Hipponous and it was after he killed a monster or as the Corinthians were saying a man, named Belleros and fled to Tirynths (Homer says at Corinth), that he took the name.
Anteia (Sthenoboea), the wife of Proetos fell in love with him, but when he rejected her, she accused him to her husband.
www.sikyon.com /Korinth/history_eg.html   (1866 words)

  
 The Iliad by Homer: Chapter 11 (continued) - The Literature Page
What, then is the full tale of those whom Hector son of Priam killed in the hour of triumph which Jove then vouchsafed him?
First Asaeus, Autonous, and Opites; Dolops son of Clytius, Opheltius and Agelaus; Aesymnus, Orus and Hipponous steadfast in battle; these chieftains of the Achaeans did Hector slay, and then he fell upon the rank and file.
As when the west wind hustles the clouds of the white south and beats them down with the fierceness of its fury--the waves of the sea roll high, and the spray is flung aloft in the rage of the wandering wind--even so thick were the heads of them that fell by the hand of Hector.
www.literaturepage.com /read.php?titleid=theiliad&abspage=155&reset=yes   (431 words)

  
 Geographia: Mainland Greece
Oeneus became the father of Toxenus and the hero Meleager(?), as well as two daughters – Gorge and Deïaneira, who was the last wife of Heracles.
Later, Oeneus also married his niece, Periboea, daughter of Hipponous of Olenus.
Oeneus became father of Olenias and another hero, Tydeus.
www.timelessmyths.com /classical/mainland.html   (2734 words)

  
 Heroes of Mythic Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In about Year 240 a son named Hipponous is born to the queen of King Glaucus of Corinth, son of the crafty Sisyphus and Eurymede.
In 261, Hipponous accidentally kills a man and is forced to leave the city of Corinth.
He travels to Tiryns, where he is purified of his crime by the king and changes his name to Bellerophon.
www.guildcompanion.com /scrolls/1999/nov/heroes.html   (8846 words)

  
 Tydeus 2, Greek Mythology Link.
So if Tydeus was born after the death of Meleager, who was an Argonaut, he could not have accompanied his brother in that same expedition.
Periboea 5 is said to have been either seduced by Hippostratus and sent by her father Hipponous 1 from Olenus in Achaea to Oeneus 2 with an injunction to put her to death, or sent back to Oeneus 2 who had made her pregnant.
Gorge 2 was daughter of Oeneus 2 and Althaea.
homepage.mac.com /cparada/GML/Tydeus2.html   (1322 words)

  
 Capaneus
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The son of Hipponous and one of the Seven Against Thebes.
He was struck down by lightning bolt from Zeus when he was climbing the walls of Thebes, as punishment for his recklessness.
www.pantheon.org /articles/c/capaneus.html   (75 words)

  
 The Fall of Troy: Book III: How by the shaft of a God laid low was Hero Achilles
But Peleus' son the while forgat not yet War's fury: still in his invincible limbs The hot blood throbbed, and still he longed for fight.
Then stabbed he 'neath the brow Hipponous Even to the eye-roots, that the eyeball fell To earth: his soul to Hades flitted forth.
Then through the jaw he pierced Alcathous, And shore away his tongue: in dust he fell Gasping his life out, and the spear-head shot Out through his ear.
sunsite.berkeley.edu /OMACL/Troy/book3.html   (5102 words)

  
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 Argos
The seven princes who took part in the expedition against Thebes were, aside from Adrastus, their leader, Polynices and Tydeus :
Canapeus, son of Hipponous, whose wife Evadne was the daughter of Iphis, a descendant of Proetus (see above) ;
Hippomedon, a nephew of Adrastus, son of his brother Aristomachus, who lived in Lerna ;
plato-dialogues.org /tools/loc/argos.htm   (3684 words)

  
 Pegasus
Traditionally Bellerophon is regarded as a nickname or epithet, since he earlier killed a tyrant (according to some versions, his half brother) named Bellerus.
His original name was Hipponous meaning 'horse wisdom', while Bellerophon means 'slayer of Bellerus'.
Some accounts even call him Chyrsoar, or 'golden sword'.
www.winshop.com.au /annew/Pegasus.html   (4845 words)

  
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 The Iliad (11)
Beneath his arm what heroes bit the ground?
Then brave Hipponous, famed in many a fight,
The rest were vulgar deaths unknown to fame.
etext.library.adelaide.edu.au /h/h8ip/book11.html   (5162 words)

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