Diomedes

Diomedes

[dahy-uh-mee-deez]
noun Classical Mythology.
1.
a Greek hero in the Trojan War.
2.
a Thracian king who fed his wild mares on human flesh and was himself fed to them by Hercules.
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Diomedes, Diomede or Diomed (ˌdaɪəˈmiːdiːz, ˈdaɪəˌmɛd)
 
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1.  a king of Argos, and suitor of Helen, who fought with the Greeks at Troy
2.  a king of the Bistones in Thrace whose savage horses ate strangers
 
Diomede, Diomede or Diomed
 
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Diomed, Diomede or Diomed
 
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