Autolycus

Greek - Son of Hermes and Chione. Husband of Amphithea. Father of Anticleia. A thief who could change the animals he stole into new forms. He stole some cattle from Sisyphus, who seduced his daughter Anticleia in revenge. Occasionally referred to as Autolycus, Autolukos, Autolukos, Autolycus, Autolycus, Autolykos, Autolykos, Autolycus or Autolycus.
Greek - A follower of Heracles. Son of Deimachus. Brother of Deileon and Phlogius. He and his brothers helped Heracles on his ninth Labour and later joined the Argonauts. Sometimes called Autolycus, Autolukos, Autolukos, Autolycus, Autolycus, Autolykos, Autolykos, Autolycus or Autolycus.

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