Lynceus (in Greek, Lynkeus) was the jealous murderer of Castor, along with his brother, Idas. Idas and Lynceus murdered Castor because they all (along with Polydeuces) sought Phoebe and Hilaeira, daughters of Leucippus (who was also Idas and Lynceus` uncle in some versions). Lynceus was one of the Argonauts and he participated in
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In Greek mythology, a son of Aegyptus and husband of Hypermestra. See Danaüs
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(from the article `Danaus`) ...Danaus was forced to consent to their marriage with his daughters. Danaus, however, commanded each daughter to slay her husband on the marriage ...
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In Greek mythology, Lynceus (Λυγκεύς) was a king of Argos, succeeding Danaus. He is named as a descendant of Belus through his father Aegyptus, who was the twin brother of Danaus. Danaus had fifty daughters, the Danaides, while Aegyptus had fifty sons including Lynceus, whose name when translated means "wolf". Aegyptus commanded that his ..
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