Alcathous

Alcathous

[al-kath-oh-uhs]
noun Classical Mythology.
1.
a son of Pelops and Hippodamia who married Euachme and became king of Megara.
2.
(in the Iliad ) a Trojan chieftain slain by Idomeneus.
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