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Lycaon
Lycaon
was a king of Arcadia and became the first Lycanthrope (werewolf) as punishment from Zeus

History

Lycaon was once a human king of Arcadia, the son of Pelasgus and Meliboea. He tested Zeus, who was a guest, by serving him human meat, including meat from one of his own sons. He also ordered assassins to attack Zeus while he slept to test his immortality. Zeus became angry as a result of his actions. As punishment, he turned Lycaon into a wolf-man and killed all of his sons with lightning bolts, except possibly Nyctimus, who was the slaughtered child. The Greeks named werewolves after him, the first werewolf.

Sons of Lycaon

  1. Melaeneus
  2. Thesprotus
  3. Helix
  4. Nyctimus
  5. Peucetius
  6. Caucon
  7. Mecisteus
  8. Hopleus
  9. Macareus
  10. Macednus
  11. Oenotrus
  12. Polichus
  13. Acontes
  14. Euaemon
  15. Ancyor
  16. Archebates
  17. Carteron
  18. Aegaeon
  19. Pallas
  20. Eumon
  21. Canethus
  22. Prothous
  23. Linus
  24. Corethon
  25. Maenalus
  26. Teleboas
  27. Physius
  28. Phassus
  29. Phthius
  30. Lycius
  31. Alipherus
  32. Genetor
  33. Bucolion
  34. Socleus
  35. Phineus
  36. Eumetes
  37. Harpaleus
  38. Parrhasius
  39. Portheus
  40. Thyraeus
  41. Haemon
  42. Makedon
  43. Cynaethus
  44. Thocnus
  45. Harpalycus
  46. Heraeeus
  47. Titanas
  48. Mantineus
  49. Cleitor
  50. Stymphalus
  51. Orchomenus
  52. Orestheus
  53. Phigalus
  54. Trapezeus
  55. Daseatas
  56. Helisson
  57. Acacus
  58. Hypsus
  59. Thyreus
  60. Tegeates
  61. Cromus
  62. Charisius
  63. Tricolonus
  64. Peraethus
  65. Aseatas
  66. Eleuther
  67. Lebadus
  68. Psophis

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