Ascalaphus

Greek - Son of Ares and Astyoche. Brother of Ialmenus. He was one of the Argonauts and later, with his brother, led the Minoan forces helping the Greeks at Troy, where he was killed by Deiphobus. Occasionally referred to as Ascalaphus, Askalaphos, Askalaphos, Ascalaphus or Ascalaphus.
Greek - Gardener to Hades. Son of Acheron and Gorgyra or Orphne. It was he who claimed that Core had eaten the seeds of a pomegranate during her stay in the underworld as Persephone, which prevented her complete return to the upper regions. For his treachery, Core or Demeter turned him into an owl. In some accounts Demeter placed him under a huge rock in Hades and, when Heracles later removed the rock, she turned Ascalaphus into an owl. In some references, known as Ascalaphus, Askalaphos, Askalaphos, Ascalaphus or Ascalaphus.

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