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Biographies
Cadmus
Caerus 2 (Opportunity)
Calchas
Callisto
Calypso 3
Cassandra
Catreus
Ceyx & Alcyone 2
Chaos
Charybdis
Chiron
Chronos (Time)
Cinyras 1
Circe
Cleobis and Biton
Clytaemnestra
Creon 2
Croesus
Cronos
Cyrene
Daedalus
Danae
Daphne 1
Demeter
Deucalion 1
Dido
Dike (Justice)
Diomedes 2
Dionysus 2
Echo
Eirene 1 (Peace)
Electra 2
Endymion
Envy
Eos
Eris
Eros
Eumaeus 1
Europa
Eurystheus
Gaia
Ganymedes
Geras (Old Age)
Hades
Hebe
Hecabe 1
Hecate
Hector 1
Helen
Helenus 1
Helius
Hephaestus
Hera
Heracles 1
Hermaphroditus
Hermes
Hermione
Hero and Leander
Hesione 2
Hestia
Hyacinthus 1
Hygia
Hylas
Hypnos
Io - Isis
Ion 1
Iphigenia
Iris 1
Ixion
Jason
Laius 1
Laocoon 2
Leda
Leto
Lucretia 2
Lycaon 2
Madness (Lyssa, Mania)
Marsyas
Medea
Medusa 1
Meleager
Memnon
Menelaus
Mentor 4
Midas
Minos 2
Minotaur
Minyas
Mnemosyne (Memory)
Narcissus
Nausicaa
Neleus
Nemesis
Neoptolemus
Nestor
Nike
Nyx (Night)
Oceanus
Odysseus
Oedipus
Oenomaus 1
Orestes 2
Orion
Orpheus
Palamedes
Pan
Pandora 1
Paris
Patroclus 1
Peleus
Pelias 1
Pelops 1
Penelope
Pentheus 1
Persephone
Perseus 1
Phaedra
Phaethon 3
Pheme (Fame)
Philemon and Baucis
Philoctetes
Phineus 2
Phoenix the bird
Phoroneus
Pirithous
Plutus (Wealth)
Polyphemus 2
Polyxena 1
Poseidon
Priam 1
Priapus
Procris 2
Prometheus 1
Proteus 2
Proteus 3
Psyche
Pygmalion 1
Pyramus and Thisbe 1
Rhea 1
Rhesus 2
Romulus
Scylla 1
Selene
Semele
Sibyl 6 Cumaean
Silenus
Sinon
Sisyphus
Sphinx
Talos 1
Tantalus 1
Telemachus
Telephus
Tereus 1
Thanatos (Death)
Themis
Thersites
Theseus
Tiresias
Triptolemus
Troilus
Tyche (Fortune)
Tydeus 2
Tyndareus
Uranus
Vertumnus
Zeus
Dictionary

The Seven Sages of Greece: Thales, Solon, Chilon, Pittacus, Bias, Cleobulus, Periander, Anacharsis, Myson, Epimenides, Pherecydes Numbering of namesakes: The subscript numbers following the names are for identification purposes only They are consistent throughout all texts but do not point out a chronological order. The absence of a number indicates that there is only one mythological character with that particular name. The numbers do not belong originally to the names.

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