Eteocles

Eteocles

[ih-tee-uh-kleez]
noun Classical Mythology.
a son of Oedipus and the brother of Polynices, by whom he was slain. Compare Seven against Thebes ( def 1 ).
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Eteocles (ɪˈtiːəˌkliːz, ˈɛtɪə-)
 
n
Greek myth a son of Oedipus and Jocasta. He expelled his brother Polynices from Thebes; they killed each other in single combat when Polynices returned as leader of the Seven against Thebes

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