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  Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 1160 (v. 3)
At a later period Tlepolemus was appointed by Alex­ander satrap of Caramania, which he retained on the deach of Alexander in b.
Verres, were brothers, natives of Cibyra, whence they fled, under the suspicion of having pillaged the temple of Apollo, and betook themselves to Verres, who was then in Asia.
From that time they became his dependants, and during his go­vernment of Sicily they performed for him the service of hunting out the works of art which ap­peared to be worth appropriating.
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  Tlepolemus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tlepolemus, or Tlêpólemos, in Greek mythology was the son of Heracles by Astyocheia, daughter of the King of Ephyra.
In his youth, Tlepolemus accidentally killed his father's maternal uncle, Licymnius, one of the Heracleidae, and fled his father's house with his followers to Rhodes, of which he became the ruler.
When the Argive army realized they were fighting there own and not the Trojans when they mistakingly landed on Mysia, Tlepolemus was one of the envoys sent to smooth the situation out with the Mysian king Telephus, because they were both sons of Herecles.
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 Rhodes, Greek Mythology Link.
Tlepolemus 1, who is also said to have been the founder of Ialysus, Camirus, and Lindus, contributed with nine Rhodian ships to the Achaean fleet that gathered in Aulis in order to sail to Troy and demand the restoration of Helen [see also ACHAEAN LEADERS].
Tlepolemus 1 was killed in the war by Sarpedon 1 (the king of Lycia in Asia Minor), whom Zeus had granted life for three generations, but who also fell in that war killed by Patroclus 1.
It is told that some years after the war, Tlepolemus 1's wife Polyxo 4 received Helen as an exile, and that wishing to avenge her husband's death in the Trojan War, she arranged Helen's death.
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 Tlepolemus and Charite
Tlepolemus’ story is so successful that he not only convinces the robbers to accept him into their group but also to elect him leader.
Tlepolemus first proves himself by leading the robbers in a raid on the nearest farm-house in order to supply the feast with food and wine as well as to gain an animal to sacrifice to Mars.
Tlepolemus asks that he be considered their leader in their feasting and he proceeds to efficiently organize the feast.
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 Encyclopedia: Tlepolemus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tlepolemus then attacked him, and although he wounded Sarpedon, he was slain by the latter In Greek mythology, Licymnius was a good friend of Heracles and a son of Electryon.
At a later period Tlepolemus was appointed by Alex­ander satrap of Caramania, which he retained on the deach of Alexander in b.
Verres, were brothers, natives of Cibyra, whence they fled, under the suspicion of having pillaged the temple of Apollo, and betook themselves to Verres, who was then in Asia.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Tlepolemus   (692 words)

  
 The Iliad by Homer eBook by BookRags
Tlepolemus, son of Hercules, a man both brave and large of stature, brought nine ships of lordly warriors from Rhodes.
These were commanded by Tlepolemus, son of Hercules by Astyochea, whom he had carried off from Ephyra, on the river Selleis, after sacking many cities of valiant warriors.
When Tlepolemus grew up, he killed his father’s uncle Licymnius, who had been a famous warrior in his time, but was then grown old.
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 Heraclids
Tlepolemus, whose mother was Astyoche, was beating his servant, when he accidentally killed his uncle, Licymnius.
Tlepolemus and his followers sailed to Rhodes, where he founded the cities of Cameirus, Ialysus and Lindus.
Tlepolemus would later take nine ships to Troy, where the Lycian captain, Sarpedon, he killed him.
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 Tlepolemus Term Papers, Essay Research Paper Help, Essays on Tlepolemus
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 Tlepolard May   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The death of Tlepolemus is told in Homer's dramatic style in Book 5: Diomedes fights the Gods.
Tlepolemus, a grandson of Zeus, the King of Gods, fell in mortal combat with Sarpedon, a son of Zeus.
The reference to "Hercules" instead of "Heracles" as the father of Tlepolemus might cause us to believe that John didn't have a book to refresh his memory of the characters in the Greek myths.
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 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: )
However, when Tlepolemus threw his spear, and hit the enraged animal, Thrasyllus did not help, and instead cut the leg of his hunting mate’s horse, causing him to be violently hurled to the ground.
Word of Tlepolemus’ death quickly reached the surrounding town and eventually reached Charite, who became overcome with grief for her fallen love, while Thrasyllus pretended to be upset.
In a dream, Tlepolemus came to her, professing his eternal love, and telling her that she must find happiness by marrying another, but not to accept the hand of the Thrasyllus, the one who murdered him.
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 Ptolemy V   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tlepolemus (PP I 50), strategos of Pelusium, was selected as regent after the fall of Agathocles (Polybius 16.21), though initially Sosibius son of Sosibius had control of the royal seal.
He was probably grandson of Tlepolemus son of Artapates, victor in the horse race at the 131st Olympics in 256 (
Tlepolemus himself may be identified with the Tlepolemus son of Artapates named as a priest at Xanthos in Lycia in a Seleucid inscription dated Hyperberetaios year 117 SE = September/October 196 (J. and L. Robert,
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 Iliad (tr Samuel Butler), The   (Site not responding. Last check: )
They were in such haste and stress as they bore him that no one thought of drawing the spear from his thigh so as to let him walk uprightly.
Meanwhile the Achaeans carried off the body of Tlepolemus, whereon Ulysses was moved to pity, and panted for the fray as he beheld them.
He doubted whether to pursue the son of Jove, or to make slaughter of the Lycian rank and file; it was not decreed, however, that he should slay the son of Jove; Minerva, therefore, turned him against the main body of the Lycians.
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 Tlepolemus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tlepolemus, or Tlêpólemos, in Greekmythology was the son of Heracles by Astyochea, daughter of the King of Ephyra.
In his youth, Tlepolemus killed his father's uncle, Licymnius, and fled hisfather's house with his followers to Rhodes, of which he became the ruler.
He led theRhodian forces that joined the Achaean force in the Trojan War, and was killedby Sarpedon on the first day of fighting in the Iliad.
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 Cythera Chronicles: The Aftermath: A Team Chronicle: Part 1 - Ambrosia Software, Inc. web board   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tlepolemus stared at the spot that his fishing line entered the water, and sighed contentedly.
Tlepolemus tried hard to place their strange accents, but soon gave up.
Tlepolemus bobbed his head and smiled at the odd salutation.
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 Note On Ulysses
And Tlepolemus, son of Heracles, a valiant man and tall, led [from Rhodes] nine ships of the lordly Rhodians, that dwelt [in Rhodes sundered in three divisionsó]in Lindos and Ialysus and Cameirus, white with chalk.
These were led by Tlepolemus, famed for his spear, he that was born to mighty Heracles by Astyocheia, whom he had led forth out of Ephyre from the river SelleÔs, when he had laid waste many cities of warriors fostered of Zeus.
But when Tlepolemus had grown to manhood in the well-fenced palace, forthwith he slew his own fatherís dear uncle, Licymnius, scion of Ares, who was then waxing old.
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 Ptolemy V Epiphanes --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!
Soon, however, he provoked Tlepolemus, the governor of Pelusium (Egypt's eastern frontier city), who marched on Alexandria, where his supporters roused a mob, compelling Agathocles to resign in favour of another courtier.
When the boy king, enthroned in the stadium while the mob clamoured for the murderers of his parents, nodded in confusion at the prompting of a courtier, the mob searched out and butchered Agathocles and his family.
Tlepolemus, however, soon proved incompetent and was removed.
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 Ancient Magic -Assignment 2   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Androtion's brother had been a renowned soldier, but, as everyone in town was well aware, he was not very good at managing his money and was largely dependent on his wealthy brother.
The marriage of Charite and Tlepolemus would thus keep Androtion's money in the family instead of going off to swell the coffers of Chryseros.
Moreover, Tlepolemus seems genuinely attached to his cousin Charite, although he has only been in to consult you about his future glory and adventures - marriage doesn't seem to be his top priority in life.
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 Iliad by Homer
Presently the strong hand of fate impelled Tlepolemus, the son of Hercules, a man both brave and of great stature, to fight Sarpedon; so the two, son and grandson of great Jove, drew near to one another, and Tlepolemus spoke first.
Meanwhile the Achaeans carried off the body of Tlepolemus, whereon Ulysses was moved to pity, and panted for the fray as he beheld them.
He doubted whether to pursue the son of Jove, or to make slaughter of the Lycian rank and file; it was not decreed, however, that he should slay the son of Jove; Minerva, therefore, turned him against the main body of the Lycians.
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 Tlepolemus - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Tlepolemus contains research on
Tlepolemus and People who fought in the Trojan War.
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 Heracles 1, Greek Mythology Link.
Feasting with Oeneus, he accidentally killed Eunomus 1, and went into exile to Trachis, where he helped King Ceyx to conquer the Dryopians.
Tlepolemus 1 is one of the ACHAEAN LEADERS against Troy.
He was killed by Sarpedon 1 during the Trojan War.
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 Tlepolemus
Tlepolemus, son of Hercules, a huge brave man,
Tlepolemus, or Tlêpólemos, in Greek mythology was the son of Heracles by Astyoche, daughter of the King of Ephyra.
He led the Rhodian forces that joined the Achaean force in the Trojan War, and was killed by Sarpedon on the first day of fighting in the Iliad.
www.mlahanas.de /Greeks/Mythology/Tlepolemus.html   (162 words)

  
 The Acts of Diomed.
Below the belt the spear of Ajax struck, And in his groin the point was buried deep; Thund'ring he fell; then forward Ajax sprang To seize the spoils of war; but fast and fierce The Trojans show'r'd their weapons bright and keen, And many a lance the mighty shield receiv'd.
Full in the throat Tlepolemus receiv'd Sarpedon's spear; right through the neck it pass'd, And o'er his eyes the shades of death were spread.
The Greeks too from the battle-field convey'd The slain Tlepolemus; Ulysses saw, Patient of spirit, but deeply mov'd at heart; And with conflicting thoughts his breast was torn, If first he should pursue the Thund'rer's son, Or deal destruction on the Lycian host.
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Valiant and tall, the son of Hercules, Tlepolemus, nine vessels brought from Rhodes, By gallant Rhodians mann'd, who tripartite Were settled, and in Ialyssus dwelt, In Lindus, and Cameirus' white-stone hills.
These all renown'd Tlepolemus obey'd, Who to the might of Hercules was born Of fair Astyoche; his captive she, When many a goodly town his arms had raz'd, Was brought from Ephyra, by Selles' stream.
Rear'd in the royal house, Tlepolemus, In early youth, his father's uncle slew, A warrior once, but now in life's decline, Lycimnius; then in haste a fleet he built, Muster'd a num'rous host; and fled, by sea, The threaten'd vengeance of the other sons And grandsons of the might of Hercules.
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 Pindar   (Site not responding. Last check: )
For indeed, striking Licymnius, the bastard brother of Alcmena, with a staff of hard olive-wood as he came out of the chamber of Midea, the founder of this land once killed that man, in anger.
Each had his own separate share of cities in their threefold division of their father's land, and their dwelling-places were named after them.
There it is that a sweet recompense for his pitiful misfortune is established for Tlepolemus, the first leader of the Tirynthians, as for a god: a procession of flocks for burnt sacrifice and the trial of contests.
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 04-15pan   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The title of this paper promises too much, however, and the model needs to be exhaustively tested against all of the ancient novels to determine the extent to which there is such fully-articulated and comprehensive 'design' in these narratives.
Donald Lateiner's curiously disjointed contribution, 'Tlepolemus the Spectral Spouse' (pp.
However, this argument distorts Charite's evident commitment as univira to her husband, Tlepolemus (noted on p.
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 Metabolism bei eLexi - das Onlinelexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tlepolemus in Greek mythology was the son of Heracles by Astyochea, daughter of the King of Ephyra.
In his youth, Tlepolemus killed his father's uncle, Licymnius, and fled his father's house with
In Greek mythology, Tmolus was a mountain god and husband to Omphale.
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 Roman myths, legends and tales   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Their plans for Lucius and Charite are far worse: they intend to sew Charite in the belly of Lucius the donkey and then let them rot in the sun...
Haemus, the newest member of the bandits proves to be Tlepolemus, the fiancé of Charite.
Their master, Tlepolemus, was murdered by a jealous friend, Thrasyllus, who wanted to marry Charite.
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 Heliadae   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cydippe had three sons: Lindos, Camirus, and Ialysus who due in course shared the island of Rhodes between them and founded three cities that bore their names.
A son of Heracles named Tlepolemus was also a founder of the three cities with Lindos, Camirus, and Ialysus.
Another culture or tradition says that Ochimus engaged Cydippe to a man called Ocridion, but Cercaphus who was in love with his niece, kidnapped her and fled away.
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 Apuleius Study Questions
The bandits capture a young woman betrothed to a man named Tlepolemus, and bring her to their hideaway.
How does Tlepolemus, Charitë's lover, manage to trick the bandits who are holding her hostage—what accounts for his success?
After the death of Tlepolemus and Charitë, the bailiff sells Lucius to the head eunuch priest of a Syrian mystery cult, and a series of misadventures follow.
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