Ladon

British - A king of Gascony. Husband of Lidoine. After the death of Ladon, his widow was abducted by Savari, was then rescued by King Arthur and married Claris. In some accounts, identified as Ladon, Peneus, Peneus, Ladon or Peneius.
Greek - One of the dogs of Actaeon. When Artemis discovered Actaeon, the hunter, spying on her as she bathed, she turned him into a stag. His hounds, including Ladon, tore him to pieces. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Ladon, Peneus, Peneus, Ladon or Peneius.
Greek - The hundred-headed dragon guarding. The apples of the Hesperides. Offspring of Typhon and Echidna or of Phorcys and Ceto. Heracles killed the dragon when he obtained some of the apples as his eleventh Labour and Hera placed him in the heavens as the constellation Draco. At times, called Ladon, Peneus, Peneus, Ladon or Peneius.

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