Melanippus

Greek - Son of Oeneus and Althaea. Brother of Tydeus. In some accounts, he was killed by his brother Tydeus in a hunting accident. Since it had been prophesied that he would kill Tydeus, this may have been a premeditated 'accident'. In some accounts, known as Melanippus, Melanippes, Melanippes, Melanippus, Melanippus, Melanippus or Melanippus.
Greek - A famous runner. Son of Theseus and Perigune. Father of Ioxus. Also known as Melanippus, Melanippes, Melanippes, Melanippus, Melanippus, Melanippus or Melanippus.
Greek - A Theban noble. One of the Sparti. Son of Astacus. Brother of Amphidocus, Ismarus and Leades. In the battle against the Seven, he fought at the Proetid Gate where he killed Mecisteus and met Tydeus in single combat. He was killed but mortally wounded Tydeus at the same time. Amphiaraeus cut off the head of Melanippus and gave it to Tydeus who split it open and ate the brains before dying. Sometimes referred to as Melanippus, Melanippes, Melanippes, Melanippus, Melanippus, Melanippus or Melanippus.
Greek - A lover of Comaetho. He made love to Comaetho who was a priestess of Artemis who then sent a plague. The people of Patrae killed both the lovers, sacrificing them to propitiate the goddess. Also commonly called Melanippus, Melanippes, Melanippes, Melanippus, Melanippus, Melanippus or Melanippus.

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