Iphiclus

Greek - Son of Amphitryon and Alcmene. Twin of Heracles. Husband of Astyoche and Automedusa. Father of Iolaus and Protesilaus. He was the companion of Heracles on some of his adventures and was killed by the Moliones when they attacked Hippocoon in Sparta or when Heracles attacked Elis. Also commonly referred to as Iphiclus, Iphicles, Iphicles, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphikles, Iphikles, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus or Iphiclus.
Greek - Son of Thestius and Eurythemis. One of the Argonauts. He was killed by Meleager after the hunt for the Calydonian Boar. Sometimes referred to as Iphiclus, Iphicles, Iphicles, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphikles, Iphikles, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus or Iphiclus.
Greek - A famous runner. Son of Phylacus or Cephalus by Clymene. Father of Podarces and Protesilaus. He was a famous runner, said to be able to run on the top of growing corn without disturbing it, and a member of the crew of Argo. In some stories, he was impotent and his father promised the seer, Melampus, some of his cattle if he could find out the cause. Melampus determined that it was due to the fact that Iphiclus had earlier driven a knife into an oak tree. The young man was cured when he drank a potion containing rust from the same knife. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Iphiclus, Iphicles, Iphicles, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphikles, Iphikles, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus or Iphiclus.
Greek - Son of Cephalus and Clymene. In some accounts, he is the same as Iphiclus, son of Phylacus. In some lore, occasionally known as Iphiclus, Iphicles, Iphicles, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphikles, Iphikles, Iphiclus, Iphiclus, Iphiclus or Iphiclus.

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