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  Megapenthes Sources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Hermione, daughter of Helen by Menelaus; Some say Nicostratus is the son of Helen by Menelaus; Megapenthes, son of Menelaus by Pieris, an Aetolian slave;
Megapenthes, son of Menelaus by a slave woman; Megapenthes married a daughter of Alector;
Nicostratus and Megapenthes, sons of Menelaus by a slave woman;
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 Megapenthes stigmosus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The specimen of Megapenthes stigmosus (LeConte) pictured below was collected on August 27, 2004 at Mount Uniake, Hants County, Nova Scotia, Canada by D. MacDonald in a spruce beetle trap.
Megapenthes is a large Nearctic genus with 29 species known from North America.
In Greek mythology, Megapenthes was a son of Proetus.
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Later Proetus' son, Megapenthes, exchanged kingdoms with Acrisius' grandson Perseus.
Sometimes the madness of the Argive women, and their cure by Bias and Melampus in exchange for a third of the kingdom each, is said to have occurred during the reign of Proetus.
However, it is also said to have taken place during the reign of Megapenthes' grandson Anaxagoras, and since it was Argos that was ruled over by three kings, the former version may be a simple mistake.
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 Argos, Greek Mythology Link - www.maicar.com
During the reign of Proetus 1, the king's daughters went mad, and Melampus 1—an excellent seer who understood the language of birds and worms, and the first to devise a cure by means of drugs—healed the daughters of Proetus 1 of their madness, receiving for that the third part of the kingdom of Argos.
But this perhaps happened during the reign of Anaxagoras, the son or grandson of Megapenthes 2; under his reign, it is said, the women went mad and they were healed by Melampus 1, who received two-thirds of Anaxagoras' kingdom in return.
Melampus 1 was son of Amythaon 1 of Pylos, son of Cretheus 1 (the founder of Iolcus), son of Thessalian Aeolus 1, son of Hellen 1 (eponym of the Hellenes), son either of Deucalion 1 (the man who survived The Flood), or of Zeus.
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 Homer | "The Odyssey: Book 15" | poetry archive | plagiarist.com
Meanwhile Helen went to the chest where she kept the lovely dresses which she had made with her own hands, and took out one that was largest and most beautifully enriched with embroidery; it glittered like a star, and lay at the very bottom of the chest.
A maid servant brought them water in a beautiful golden ewer, and poured it into a silver basin for them to wash their hands, and she drew a clean table beside them; an upper servant brought them bread and offered them many good things of what there was in the house.
Then they laid their hands upon the good things that were before them, but as soon as they had had had enough to eat and drink Telemachus and Pisistratus yoked the horses, and took their places in the chariot.
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 Perseus Homework Page
Perceiving that the oracle was fulfilled, he buried Acrisius and being ashamed to return to Argos to claim the inheritance of the man he had killed, Perseus went to Megapenthes at Tiryns and effected an exchange of kingdoms with him, surrendering Argos into his hands.
Perseus is said to have being killed by Megapenthes, "on account of the death of his father", as someone puts it.
Megapenthes is a son of Proetus by Stheneboea, that is, half-brother of Perseus.
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He exchanged kingdoms (Argos for Tiryns) with his cousin, Perseus.
Also in Greek mythology, Megapenthes was a son of Menelaus and Helen.
After his father's death, he sent his mother into exile.
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 Dictionary: Mecionice to Mineus, Greek Mythology Link - www.maicar.com
When Perseus 1 had accidentally killed his father in law Acrisius, he was ashamed to come to Argos and claim the inheritance of the man who had died by his hand; so instead he went to Megapenthes 2 at Tiryns and effected an exchange of kingdoms with him, surrendering Argos into his hands.
Some have said that it was Megapenthes 2 who ended the life of Perseus 1, who was his cousin, since Megapenthes 2's father was Proetus 1, brother of Acrisius; his mother was Stheneboea, the daughter of a Lycian king.
Some say that Megapenthes 2 had a son Argeus 1, in turn father of Anaxagoras, also king of Argos; but others say that Anaxagoras was the child of Megapenthes 2, as also was Iphianira 1, who married Melampus 1 (one of the SEERS) [Apd.2.2.2, 2.4.4; Dio.4.68.4-5; Pau.2.16.3, 2.18.4].
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 Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 205 (v. 3)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Some writers state that Perseus, on his return to Argos, found Proetus who had expelled his brother Acrisius, in posses­sion of the kingdom (Ov.
236, andc.) ; Per­seus slew Proetus, and was afterwards killed by Megapenthes, the son of Proetus, who avenged the death of his father.
Acrisius was buried outside the city of Larissa, and Perseus, leaving the kingdom of Argos to Megapenthes, the son of Proetus, re­ceived from him in exchange the government of Tiryns.
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 Part I. Chapter XXIII. Padraic Colum 1918. The Adventures of Odysseus and the Tale of Troy
He himself, with Helen his wife, and Megapenthes, his son, went down into his treasure-chamber and brought forth for gifts to Telemachus a two-handled cup and a great mixing bowl of silver.
And Helen took out of a chest a beautiful robe that she herself had made and embroidered.
Megapenthes brought up the great bowl of silver and put it in the chariot, and beautiful Helen came to him holding the embroidered robe.
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 Argolid, Greece
Akrisios, king of Árgos in succession to Danaos and Lynkeus, drove out his twin brother Proitos, who fled to nearby Tiryns and had it fortified by Cyclopes from Asia Minor, and was succeeded by his son Megapenthes.
Akrisios had a daughter called Danaë, who was visited by Zeus in the form of a shower of gold.
Their son Perseus killed the Gorgon, freed Andromeda, accidentally killed his father while throwing the discus, handed over Árgos to his cousin Megapenthes in exchange for Tiryns, surrounded Mycenae and Mideia with walls and incorporated them in his dominions.
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 Footnotes Page 2
The addition was, I imagine, suggested by a desire to excuse and explain the non-appearance of Hermione in bk.
I take it he is only married here because his sister is being married.
She having been properly attended to, Megapenthes might as well be married at the same time.
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Devastated by the sorrow, he buried his grandfather and then decided not to return to Argos because he was ashamed.
Megapenthes (2), and so he became the king of
Some legends claim that he was the founder of these cities, as well as the founder of the family of the Perseids.
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 Graphium megarus megapenthes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Graphium megarus megapenthes ; Pinratana,1992 : 34,45, pl.62.
Graphium megarus megapenthes ; Motono & Negishi,1989 : 48, pl.13, figs.7,8 ; pl.14, figs.1,2.
Graphium megarus megapenthes ; Osada, Uemura & Uehara,1999 : 201, pl.25, figs.♂,♀.
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 Apollodorus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In the pursuit Iphinoe, the eldest of the daughters, expired; but the others were lucky enough to be purified and so to recover their wits.
Perceiving that the oracle was fulfilled, he buried Acrisius outside the city,3 and being ashamed to return to Argos to claim the inheritance of him who had died by his hand, he went to Megapenthes, son of Proetus, at Tiryns and effected an exchange with him, surrendering Argos into his hands.
So Megapenthes reigned over the Argives, and Perseus reigned over Tiryns, after fortifying also Midea and Mycenae.
www.wsu.edu /~hughesc/apollodorus_perseus.html   (1468 words)

 Royal Houses of Argolis
During a funeral game held by King Teutamides of Larisa for his father, Acrisius was accidentally killed by a discus thrown by Perseus, who had participated in the funeral games.
Genealogy: House of Proëtus, Aeolids in Argos, and the Houses of Seers.
The descendants of Megapenthes (son of Proëtus), Bias and Melampus, participated the famous but unsuccessful war against Thebes (see Seven Against Thebes).
www.timelessmyths.com /classical/argolis.html   (3341 words)

 Megapenthes * People, Places, & Things * Greek Mythology: From the Iliad to the Fall of the Last Tyrant
Megapenthes * People, Places, and Things * Greek Mythology: From the Iliad to the Fall of the Last Tyrant
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"People, Places and Things: Megapenthes", Greek Mythology: From the Iliad to the Fall of the Last Tyrant.
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 Helen of Troy (Greek myth)
Refused a defense, he tried to kill Helen for the grief caused in her wake and Aphrodite again advised Hermes to spirit her off this time to Olympus.
Helen meanwhile desired to return to Menelaus, but after his death, she was driven from Sparta by her step-sons Nicostratus and Megapenthes.
She fled to Rhodes to live with Polyxo, one of the widows from Troy, who saw her and realized this was her chance to avenge her husband.
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 Footnotes Page 6
The store room was fragrant because it was made of cedar wood.
The dress was kept at the bottom of the chest as one that would only be wanted on the greatest occasions; but surely the marriage of Hermione and of Megapenthes (bk, iv.
We find no hint here of Megapenthes' recent marriage.
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When Proetus died, he handed over his kingdom to his son Megapenthes.
Megapenthes later traded kingdoms with Perseus, who then became the new king of Tiryns.
This page was last updated on July 21, 2004.
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 Classical Mythology on Demodocus.com: Legends of the Argolid
Fearing his homeland, and needing to be purified for the death of his grandfather, Perseus went to Tiryns, where Megapenthes, son of Proetus was king.
  Although the chronology is questionable, some sources state that Abas killed a man by the name of Megapenthes to avenge Lynceus.
  Whether it be the son of Proetus, or some other Megapenthes is not clear, as the details of the encounter were never laid down by ancient sources.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Having killed Acrisius, Perseus, who was next in line for the throne, gave the kingdom to Megapenthes son of Proetus and took over Megapenthes' kingdom of Tiryns.
In any case, early Greek literature reiterates that manslaughter, even involuntary, requires the exile of the slaughterer, expiation and ritual purification.
The exchange might well have been a creative solution to a difficult problem; however, Megapenthes would have been required to avenge his father, which, in legend, he did, but only at the end of Perseus' long and successful reign.
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 Minerva Summons Telemachus from Lacedaemon--He Meets with Theoclymenus at Pylos and Brings Him to Ithaca--On Landing He ...
not alone, but Helen went too, with Megapenthes.
With these words he placed the double cup in the hands of Telemachus, while Megapenthes brought the beautiful mixing bowl and set it before him.
The names Syra and Ortygia, on which island a great part of the Doric Syracuse was originally built, suggest that even in Odyssean times there was a prehistoric Syracuse, the existence of which was known to the writer of the poem.
www.factmonster.com /t/lit/odyssey/book15.html   (4792 words)

 The Odyssey by Homer
and told his son Megapenthes to bring also a silver mixing-bowl.
Megapenthes brought the beautiful mixing-bowl and set it before him.
their portions, while Megapenthes poured out the wine.
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Telemachos continues his search on horseback with Nestor's son Megapenthes.
Telemachos and Megapenthes arrive at and are welcomed into the home of Menelaos and Helen.
Menelaos tells Telemachos of his travels with Odysseus and that Odysseus is trapped on an island by Calypso.
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 Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 1007 (v. 2)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
On this page: Megacles – Megaera – Megaleas – Megalostrata – Megamede – Meganeira – Megapenthes – Megara – Megareus
Menelaus brought about a mar­riage between Megapenthes and a daughter of Alector.
§ 1.) According to a tradition current in Rhodes, Megapenthes, after the death of his father, expelled Helen from Argos, and she fled to Polyxo at Rhodes.
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 The Visit to King Menelaus, Who Tells His Story--Meanwhile the Suitors in Ithaca Plot Against Telemachus.
For his only son he had found a bride from Sparta,
This son, Megapenthes, was born to him of a bondwoman, for heaven vouchsafed Helen no more children after she had borne Hermione, who was fair as golden Venus herself.
So the neighbours and kinsmen of Menelaus were feasting and making merry in his house.
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