Euryalus

Greek - A soldier with Aeneas. He and his friend Nisus were killed in an attempt to break through the lines of the Latins and Rutulians to take a message to Aeneas who was away seeking help for his small band of Trojans who were attempting to find a new home in Italy. Instead of creeping quietly through the enemy lines, they killed a number of the enemy and the noise roused the other soldiers who surrounded the two Trojans and killed them. On occassion, identified as Euryalus, Euryalis, Euryalis, Euryalus, Euryalus, Euryalus, Eurylus, Eurylus, Euryalus, Euryalus or Euryalus.
Greek - Son of Mecisteus. One of the Epigoni. Occasionally known as Euryalus, Euryalis, Euryalis, Euryalus, Euryalus, Euryalus, Eurylus, Eurylus, Euryalus, Euryalus or Euryalus.
Greek - Son of Odysseus and Erippe. He was born as the result of rape and, when he grew up, his mother sent him to find his father and kill him. Warned of the youth's arrival, Odysseus killed him, not knowing who he was. Another version says that Odysseus sent the boy to Penelope who later accused him of rape so Odysseus killed him. In some references, identified as Euryalus, Euryalis, Euryalis, Euryalus, Euryalus, Euryalus, Eurylus, Eurylus, Euryalus, Euryalus or Euryalus.

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