Polyxo

Greek - Wife of Tlepolemus. She hated Helen because her husband had been killed in the Trojan War so, when the ship carrying Menelaus and Helen called at Rhodes on the return journey to Greece, she attacked their ship. Menelaus placed a slave girl, disguised as Helen, on the deck and the Rhodians killed her. In another story, Helen went to Rhodes after the death of Menelaus and Polyxo and was hanged by the followers of Polyxo. Some say that Polyxo strangled Helen. In some accounts, known as Polyxo, Poluxo, Poluxo, Polyxo, Polyxo or Polyxo.
Greek - Nurse of Hypsipyle. She caused the women of Lemnos to kill their husbands who had left their wives because they gave off a foul odour brought on by Aphrodite who felt that they had neglected her worship. Polyxo later advised the women to mate with the visiting Argonauts to ensure the continuity of the race. Occasionally identified as Polyxo, Poluxo, Poluxo, Polyxo, Polyxo or Polyxo.
Greek - One of the Hyades, in some accounts. Also commonly known as Polyxo, Poluxo, Poluxo, Polyxo, Polyxo or Polyxo.

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