Creon

Greek - A king of Corinth. Son of Lycatheus or Sisyphus. Father of Glauce. He fostered Amphilocus and Tisiphone, the children of Alcmaeon, and his jealous wife sold them into slavery. He purified Jason and Medea of the murder of Apsyrtus, but was killed by Medea's magic when he tried to save his daughter, Glauce. Occasionally called Creon, Kreon, Kreon, Creon, Creon or Creon.
Greek - A king of Thebes. Son of Menoeceus. Brother of Jocasta. Husband of Enioche or Eurydice. Father of Haemon, Megareus, Menoeceus and Pyrrha. Acting as regent on the death of Laius, he gave the throne to Oedipus for ridding the city of the Sphinx and then expelled Oedipus after the scandal of his marriage to his own mother, Jocasta. He was king at the time of the action involving the Seven against Thebes and refused to allow the Argive dead to be buried. When Antigone defied the order and buried her brother Polyneices, Creon ordered Haemon to bury her alive. In some stories Antigone was so buried but in others Haemon married her instead and she bore him a son. He was killed by Theseus following the action resulting from Creon's refusal to allow the burial of the dead. In another version he was killed by Lycus, who took the throne until he was killed by Heracles. Known as Creon, Kreon, Kreon, Creon, Creon or Creon.
Greek - A king of Thebes. Father of Megara. He purified Amphitryon of the murder of Electryon. In some accounts, referred to as Creon, Kreon, Kreon, Creon, Creon or Creon.

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