Astydamia

Greek - Daughter of Cretheus or Pelops. In some stories she is the mother of Tlepolemus by Heracles. Others say that she was the wife of Acastus and mother of Laodamia, Sterope and Sthene. In this latter role, she accused Peleus, who had come to her husband's court to be purified of murder, of rape. In the ensuing fight, Peleus killed Astydamia and, some say, Acastus. At times, called Astydamia, Astidameia, Astidameia, Astidamia, Astidamia, Deidameia, Deidameia or Hippodamia.
Greek - Daughter of Pelops and Hippodamia. Wife of Alcaeus. Mother of Amphitryon and Anaxo. Occasionally referred to as Astydamia, Astidameia, Astidameia, Astidamia, Astidamia, Deidameia, Deidameia or Hippodamia.
Greek - Daughter of Amyntor and Cleobule. Sister of Phoenix. Heracles asked Amyntor for his daughter's hand and when he refused, Heracles seduced her, fathering a son, Ctessipus. Sometimes called Astydamia, Astidameia, Astidameia, Astidamia, Astidamia, Deidameia, Deidameia or Hippodamia.

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