Lycaon

Greek - King of Arcadia. Son of Pelasgus and Meliboea. Husband of Nonacris. Father of Callisto, Macareus, Nyctimus and Orchomenus. His son Nyctimus was killed by his brothers and served in a stew to Zeus who then restored Nyctimus to life. stabbing him when he was asleep but Zeus let out a roar that rased the king's palace. Zeus killed Lycaon and his other sons or, in some versions, turned them into wolves, sending Deucalion's flood as further punishment. A similar story is told of Arcas, Lycaon's grandson. Occasionally referred to as Lycaon, Lukaon, Lukaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lykaon, Lykaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon or Lycaon.
Greek - Son of Priam by Laothea. He was killed by Achilles during the siege of Troy. At times, called Lycaon, Lukaon, Lukaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lykaon, Lykaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon or Lycaon.
Greek - King of Deleia or Zeleia. Father of Pandarus. Sometimes referred to as Lycaon, Lukaon, Lukaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lykaon, Lykaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon or Lycaon.
Greek - A king of Illyria. Father of Daunus, Iapyx and Peucetius. Referred to as Lycaon, Lukaon, Lukaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lykaon, Lykaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon or Lycaon.
Greek - Son of Ares. When he challenged Heracles to single combat, he was killed. Also commonly called Lycaon, Lukaon, Lukaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lykaon, Lykaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon, Lycaon or Lycaon.

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