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A

Abarbarea, Abaris 'the Hyperborean', Acastus, Achaemenides, Achilles, Actaeon, Admetus, Aeneas, Aethalides, Aegisthus, Agamemnon, Ajax , Ajax the Lesser, Alcestis , Alcmene, Alcyone, ,Alcyoneus , Ancae, Ancaeus of Samos, Ancaeus of Arcadia, Anchises, Andromache, Amphion, ,Andromeda ,Antaeus ,Antenor , Antigone Daughter of Oedipus, Antigone daughter of Eurytion, Ariadne, ,Areithous ,Argus ,Ascalaphus , Ascanius, Astyoche, Atalanta, Atreus , Augeias, , Autolycus,

B

Bellerophon , Boreads, , Briseis, Butes,

C

Cadmus~, Callisto, Calchas, Calypso, Canthus, Cassandra , Cassiopeia, Cecrops I, Chiron, Chryseis , Circe, Clytemnestra, Coronus, , Cytissorus,

D

Daedalus*~ Danae~ Danaus~ Dardanus~ Deianira~Diomedes *~Dioscuri~

E

Echion, Electra, Enceladus, Erginus, Eribotes,Euphemus, Euryalus, Eurydamas, Eurylochus, Eurytion, , ,

G

Glaucus

H

Hector, Hecuba, Helen (of Troy), Heracles , Hylas,

I

Icarus~, Idas, Idmon, Idomeneus, Iolaus, Iphicles, Iphigenia, Iphitos, , Ixion,

J

Jason, Jocasta

L

Laertes , Laocoon, Leda, Lynceus,

M

Medea , Melas, , Meleager, Memnon, Menelaus, Menestheus, Midas, Minotaur of Crete, Minos, Mopsus ,

N

Nauplius (son of Clytoneus) , Neoptolemus, Nestor , Niobe,

O

Odysseus , Oedipus, Oenone, Oileus, Orestes, Orion, Orpheus,

P

Palaemon, Palamedes, Pandarus, Pandora, , Paris, Patroclus , Peleus, Pelops, Penelope, Penthesilia, Pentheus, Periclymenus, Perseus, , Phlias, Philoctetes, Phalerus, Phlegyas, Phrontis, Pirithous, Poeas, Polydeuces See Dioscuri, Polyphemus, , Poriclymenus, Porphyrion, Praim, Protesilaus, Psyche, Pygmalion, Pythia,

S

Salmoneus , Sarpedon, Sibyl Hellespontine, Sibyl Phrygian, , Silenus, Sinon, Siris, Sisyphus,

T

Talaus , Tantalus, Telamon, Telemachus, Telephus, Teucer, Thersites, Theseus , Thetis, Thoosa, Tityos, Tiphys,

Z

Zetes See Boreads

Historical Charaters

Aesop ~

Alexander the Great*~

Hesiod

Gustave Moreau (1826–1898) Title: Hesiod and the Muse Date 1891

Gustave Moreau (1826–1898) Title: Hesiod and the Muse Date 1891

Homer

William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825–1905) Title: Homer and his Guide Date1874

William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825–1905) Title: Homer and his Guide Date1874

Leonidas I*~

Milo of Croton ~

Non Mythological Characters

Callisto *~

Gabrielle, The Battling Bard of Potidea *~

Lao Ma, Ruler of Lao*

Xena, Warrior Princess *~

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