Alcathous

Greek - Son of Pelops and Hippodamia. Brother of Atreus, Chrysippus and Thyestes. Father of Automedusa, Ischepolis and Periboea. In some stories it was Alcathous, not Heracles, who killed the Cithaeronian Lion and was rewarded with the hand of Euachine, daughter of the king of Megara. He later succeeded to the throne. When Callepolis told Alcathous that his son Ischepolis had been killed in the hunt for the Calydonian boar, Alcathous struck him with a piece of firewood and killed him. Also identified as Alcathous, Alkathoos, Alkathoos, Alcathous or Alcathous.
Greek - Son of Portheus and Euryte. Brother of Agrius, Melas and Oeneus. In some accounts he was killed by his nephew Tydeus. Sometimes referred to as Alcathous, Alkathoos, Alkathoos, Alcathous or Alcathous.