Deidameia

Greek - Daughter of Lycomedes. Mother of Neoptolemus (Pyrrhus). By Achilles. Her father sheltered Achilles and dressed him as a girl, calling him Pyrrha, so that Achilles could avoid serving with the Greek forces at Troy where, it had been prophesied, he would be killed. Achilles seduced Deidameia and she bore him a son, Neoptolemus, also known as Pyrrhus. Occasionally identified as Deidameia, Astydamia, Astydamia, Astidam(e)ia, Deidamia, Deidamia, Deidameia, Deidameia, Hippodamia, Hippodamia, Deidameia or Hippodameia.
Greek - Daughter of Bellerophon and Philonoe. Wife of Evander. Sister of Hippolochus and Isander. Mother of Sarpedon by Evander or Zeus. In some accounts she is referred to as Laodamia. Occasionally identified as Deidameia, Astydamia, Astydamia, Astidam(e)ia, Deidamia, Deidamia, Deidameia, Deidameia, Hippodamia, Hippodamia, Deidameia or Hippodameia.

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