Laius

king of Thebes before his son, Oedipus. Killed by Oedipus before the action of the tragedy Oedipus the King.
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Laius

(from the article `Oedipus`) Traditionally, Laius, king of Thebes, was warned by an oracle that his son would slay him. Accordingly, when his wife, Jocasta (Iocaste; in Homer, ...
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Laius

Father of Oedipus, by whom he was slain.
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Laius

Laius (lā'us) : see Oedipus.
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Laius

Laius was the king of Thebes and father of Oedipus.
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Laius

[n] - (Greek mythology) king of Thebes who was unwittingly killed by his son Oedipus
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