Laodice

Greek - Daughter of Priam and Hecuba. Wife of Helicaon or Telephus. Mother of Eurypyls. When the Greeks sent envoys to Troy to demand the return of the abducted Helen, she fell in love with one of them, a man named Acamas, by whom she had a son, Mynchus. At the fall of the city to the besieging Greek army, the earth opened up and swallowed her or, some say, she threw herself to her death from the walls of the city. In some accounts, called Laodice, Electra, Electra, Laodice, 'amber', Elektra, Opis, Opis, Laodice, Oupis or Upis.
Greek - Daughter of Agapenor. She founded a temple to Aphrodite in Tegea. In some lore, occasionally known as Laodice, Electra, Electra, Laodice, 'amber', Elektra, Opis, Opis, Laodice, Oupis or Upis.
Greek - Wife of Elatus. Mother of Aepytus, Cyllen, Pereus and Stymphalus. Mother of Ischis, some say. Also known as Laodice, Electra, Electra, Laodice, 'amber', Elektra, Opis, Opis, Laodice, Oupis or Upis.

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