Polybus

king of Corinth, Oedipus' adoptive father.
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Polybus

Polybus (Πόλυβος) is an ancient Greek male name. It is the name of: Historical figures: Mythical figures: == See also == ...
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Polybus

[Odyssey] In Ancient Greek epic tradition recounted in Homer`s Odyssey, PolybusPronunciation-needed (Πόλυβος) was the father of a suitor, Eurymachus, who was killed by Odysseus once he returned from his 10-year journey during the Trojan War. Polybus himself was one of the suitors of Penelope, the wife of Odysseus. Polybus was actuall...
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Polybus

[physician] Polybus (Πόλυβος; fl. c. 400 BC) was one of the pupils of Hippocrates, and also his son-in-law. He lived on the island of Cos in the 4th century BC. With his brothers-in-law, Thessalus and Draco, he was one of the founders of the Dogmatic school of medicine. He was sent by Hippocrates, with his fellow-pupils, during the t...
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Polybus

[Trojan War] Polybus (Πόλυβος) or Polybius was the son of Antenor and Theano. He was ultimately killed in the Trojan War by Neoptolemus. == Notes == ...
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Polybus

Polybus was king of Corinth. He raised Oedipus as his own son.
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