Harpalyce

Greek - Daughter of Clymenus. Wife of Alastor. When she married Alastor and left her home, her father seized and brought her back, wanting her himself. She killed her younger brother (or her son by Clymenus) to serve his flesh to Clymenus at a banquet and was turned into an owl in answer to her own prayers. Sometimes referred to as Harpalyce, Epopeus, Epopeus, Harpalyce, Epaphus, Clymenus, Harpaluke, Harpaluke, Harpalyce, Harpalyce or Harpalyce.
Greek - Daughter of Harpalycus. She was brought up by her father as a warrior-maid. When he died, she became an outlaw and was caught and killed by shepherds. Identified as Harpalyce, Epopeus, Epopeus, Harpalyce, Epaphus, Clymenus, Harpaluke, Harpaluke, Harpalyce, Harpalyce or Harpalyce.
Greek - A maiden who died from unrequited. Love for Iphiclus, the twin of Heracles. On occassion, identified as Harpalyce, Epopeus, Epopeus, Harpalyce, Epaphus, Clymenus, Harpaluke, Harpaluke, Harpalyce, Harpalyce or Harpalyce.

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