Haemon

son of Creon and fiancé of Antigone who kills himself when Creon condemned Antigone to death.
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Haemon

In Greek mythology, the son of Creon, King of Thebes. In Sophocles' drama Antigone, he was the lover of Antigone. ...
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Haemon

(from the article `Antigone`) ...brother and convinced of the injustice of the command, buried Polyneices secretly. For that she was ordered by Creon to be executed and was ...
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Haemon

According to Sophocles` play Antigone, Haemon n or Haimon (Αἵμων, Haimon `bloody`; gen.: Αἵμωνος), was the son of Creon and Eurydice. ==Background== When Oedipus stepped down as King of Thebes, he gave the kingdom to his two sons, Eteocles and Polynices, who both agreed to alternate the throne every year. However, they showed no c...
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