Astyoche

Greek - A nymph. Daughter of King Phylas. Wife of Iphiclus. She was captured by Heracles and given to Iphiclus as his wife. Some say she was the mother of Tlepolemus by Heracles. In some accounts she is referred to as Astydamia. Occasionally called Astyoche, Astydamia, Astydamia, Astidam(e)ia, Astyocha, Astyocha, Astyoche, Astyoche, Astyoche or Astyoche.
Greek - A name for Loadice. Wife of Telephus. Occasionally identified as Astyoche, Astydamia, Astydamia, Astidam(e)ia, Astyocha, Astyocha, Astyoche, Astyoche, Astyoche or Astyoche.
Greek - Daughter of Actor. Mother by Ares of Ascalaphus and Ialmenus. Occasionally referred to as Astyoche, Astydamia, Astydamia, Astidam(e)ia, Astyocha, Astyocha, Astyoche, Astyoche, Astyoche or Astyoche.
Greek - Daughter of Simoeis. Wife of Erichthonius. Mother of Tros. Identified as Astyoche, Astydamia, Astydamia, Astidam(e)ia, Astyocha, Astyocha, Astyoche, Astyoche, Astyoche or Astyoche.

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