Eurypylus

Greek - Son of Euhaemon or Dexamenus. He was leading a troop fighting for the Greeks at Troy and was wounded in the fighting that occurred when the party inside the Wooden Horse, of which he was one, climbed out and started the final battle. After the war, he went mad when he looked on an image of Dionysus made by Hephaetus which he had found in a chest at Troy. Also identified as Eurypylus, Eurypilus, Eurypilus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus or Eurypylus.
Greek - Leader of the Mysian contingent. Fighting at Troy. Son of Telephus and Astyoche. He killed Machaon and Nireus in the battle at Troy but was himself killed by Pyrrhus. In some lore, occasionally known as Eurypylus, Eurypilus, Eurypilus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus or Eurypylus.
Greek - A king of the Meropes on Cos. Son of Poseidon by Astypalea. One of the Argonauts. He was killed by Heracles whose fleet was driven to Cos by a storm sent by Hera after Heracles had sacked Troy. He mistook them for pirates in the dark of the night. Also commonly known as Eurypylus, Eurypilus, Eurypilus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus or Eurypylus.
Greek - A king of Libya. Son of Poseidon. Triton adopted the form of Eurypytus when he gave the clod of earth to Euphemus and told the stranded Argonauts how to get back to the sea. Some say that he dragged the Argo across the land to the sea. At times, referred to as Eurypylus, Eurypilus, Eurypilus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus or Eurypylus.
Greek - Son of Thestius and Eurythemis. On occassion, referred to as Eurypylus, Eurypilus, Eurypilus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus, Eurypylus or Eurypylus.

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