Pelops

Mythological figure who challenged Oenomaos to a chariot race in order to marry Oenomaos's daughter, Hippodameia. He succeeded where thirteen previous had failed, but only by cheating. His family suffered misfortune for generations afterwards. The Peloponnese, the central southern part of Greece, is named after him.

Pelops

broad Dorian island here, a reference to the Peloponnesus, a peninsula forming the southern part of the mainland in Greece.
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Pelops

Pelops was the son of Tantalus. His father killed him and served him at a feast for the gods. They bought him back to life. The goddess Demeter had eaten one of his shoulders but they replaced it with ivory.
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Pelops

(?PEE-lops?) a son of Dione and Tantalus, husband of Hippodameia after Poseidon helped him win her hand, father of Atreus, and recipient of a curse by Myrtilus, a son of Hermes and charioteer for Oenomaus, who also sought Hippodameia. Pelops agreed to let Myrtilus sleep once with Hippodameia for throwing the chariot race but went back on his...
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Pelops

In Greek mythology, Pelops was son of the Lydian king Tantalus, either by the goddess Dione or by a Pleiad. As a child he was killed and cooked by his father who served his flesh to the gods. The gods restored Pelops to life and his lover, the god Poseidon, presented him with a gift of a wonderful horse. Pelops became very skilled at chariot drivin...
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Pelops

In Greek mythology, the son of Tantalus, brother of Niobe, and father of Atreus and
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Pelops

Pelops (pē'lops) , in Greek mythology, son of Tantalus. He was murdered by his father, who served his flesh at a banquet for the gods. The gods recognized this abominable trick, punished Tantalus and restored Pelops, giving him an ivory shoulder to replace the one Demeter had unwittingly e...
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Pelops

Son of Tantalus; his father cooked and served him to gods; restored to life; Peloponnesus named for him.
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