Greek mythological figures: Kings


List of Kings


1.0 Abas: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos 


2.0 Acastus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Iolcus who sailed with the Argonauts and participated in the Calydonian Boar hunt


3.0 Acrisius: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos


4.0 Actaeus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) first king of Attica


5.0 Admetus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Άδμητος), a king of Pherae who sailed with the Argonauts and participated in the Calydonian Boar hunt


6.0 Adrastus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Άδραστος), a king of Argos and one of the Seven Against Thebes


7.0 Aeacus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Αιακός), a king of the island of Aegina in the Saronic Gulf; after he died, he became one of the three judges of the dead in the Underworld


8.0 Aeëtes: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Colchis and father of Medea


9.0 Aegeus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Αιγεύς), a king of Athens and father of Theseus


10.0 Aegimius: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thessaly and progenitor of the Dorians


11.0 Aegisthus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Αίγισθος), lover of Clytemnestra, with whom he plotted to murder Agamemnon and seized the kingship of Mycenae


12.0 Aegyptus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Αίγυπτος), a king of Egypt


13.0 Aeson: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) father of Jason and rightful king of Iolcus, whose throne was usurped by his half-brother Pelias


14.0 Aëthlius: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) first king of Elis


15.0 Aetolus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Αιτωλός), a king of Elis


16.0 Agamemnon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Ἀγαμέμνων), a king of Mycenae and commander of the Greek armies during the Trojan War


17.0 Agasthenes: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Elis


18.0 Agenor: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Αγήνωρ), a king of Phoenicia


19.0 Alcinous: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Αλκίνους or Ἀλκίνοος), a king of Phaeacia


20.0 Alcmaeon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos and one of the Epigoni


21.0 Aleus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Tegea


22.0 Amphiaraus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Ἀμφιάραος), a seer and king of Argos who participated in the Calydonian Boar hunt and the war of the Seven Against Thebes


23.0 Amphictyon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Ἀμφικτύων), a king of Athens


24.0(i) Amphion: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) 1 of the twin sons of Zeus and kings of Thebes, who constructed the city’s walls


24.0(ii) Zethus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) 1 of the twin sons of Zeus and kings of Thebes, who constructed the city’s walls


25.0 Amycus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) son of Poseidon and king of the Bebryces


26.0 Anaxagoras: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Ἀναξαγόρας), a king of Argos


27.0 Anchises: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Αγχίσης), a king of Dardania and father of Aeneas


28.0 Arcesius: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Ithaca and father of Laertes


29.0 Argeus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos


30.0 Argus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a son of Zeus and king of Argos after Phoroneus


31.0 Assaracus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Dardania


32.0 Asterion: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Crete


33.0 Athamas: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Ἀθάμας), a king of Orchomenus


34.0 Atreus: (Ἀτρεύς), a king of Mycenae and father of Agamemnon and Menelaus


35.0 Augeas: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Αυγείας), a king of Elis


36.0 Autesion(Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thebes


37.0 Bias: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos


38.0 Busiris: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Egypt


39.0 Cadmus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) founder-king of Thebes


40.0 Car: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Megara


41.0 Catreus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Crete, prophesied to die at the hands of his own son


42.0 Cecrops: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) an autochthonous king of Athens


43.0 Ceisus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos


44.0 Celeus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Eleusis


45.0 Cephalus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Phocis who accidentally killed his own wife


46.0 Cepheus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Ethiopia


47.0 Cepheus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Tegea and an Argonaut


48.0 Charnabon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of the Getae


49.0 Cinyras(Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Cyprus and father of Adonis


50.0 Codrus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Athens


51.0 Corinthus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) founder-king of Corinth


52.0 Cranaus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Athens


53.0 Creon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thebes, brother of Jocasta and uncle of Oedipus


54.0 Creon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Corinth who was hospitable towards Jason and Medea


55.0 Cres: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) an early Cretan king


56.0 Cresphontes: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Messene and descendent of Heracles


57.0 Cretheus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) founder-king of Iolcus


58.0 Criasus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos


59.0 Cylarabes: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos


60.0 Cynortas: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Sparta


61.0 Cyzicus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) king of the Dolionians, mistakenly killed by the Argonauts


62.0 Danaus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Egypt and father of the Danaides


63.0 Dardanus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) founder-king of Dardania, and son of Zeus and Electra


64.0 Deiphontes: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos


65.0 Demophon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) of Athens a king of Athens


66.0 Diomedes: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos and hero of the Trojan War


67.0 Echemus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Arcadia


68.0 Echetus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Epirus


69.0 Eetion: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Cilician Thebe and father of Andromache


70.0 Electryon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Tiryns and Mycenae; son of Perseus and Andromeda


71.0 Elephenor: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of the Abantes of Euboea


72.0 Eleusis: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) eponym and king of Eleusis, Attica


73.0 Epaphus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Egypt and founder of Memphis, Egypt


74.0 Epopeus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Sicyon


75.0 Erechtheus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Athens


76.0 Erginus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Minyean Orchomenus in Boeotia


77.0 Erichthonius: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Athens, born of Hephaestus’ attempt to rape Athena


78.0 Eteocles: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thebes and son of Oedipus; he and his brother Polynices killed each other


79.0 Eteocles: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) son of Andreus, a king of Orchomenus


80.0 Eurotas: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Sparta


81.0 Eurystheus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Tiryns


82.0 Euxantius: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Ceos, son of Minos and Dexithea


83.0 Gelanor: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos


84.0 Haemus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thrace


85.0 Helenus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) seer and twin brother of Cassandra, who later became king of Epirus


86.0 Hippothoön: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Eleusis


87.0 Hyrieus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Boeotia


88.0 Ilus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) founder-king of Troy


89.0 Ixion: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of the Lapiths who attempted to rape Hera and was bound to a flaming wheel in Tartarus


90.0 Laërtes: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) father of Odysseus and king of the Cephallenians; he sailed with the Argonauts and participated in the Calydonian Boar hunt


91.0 Laomedon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Troy and father of Priam


92.0 Lycaon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) of Arcadia, a deceitful Arcadian king who was transformed by Zeus into a wolf


93.0 Lycurgus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) of Arcadia, a king of Arcadia


94.0 Lycurgus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) of Nemea, a king of Nemea


95.0 Makedon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Macedon


96.0 Megareus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) of Onchestus, a king of Onchestus in Boeotia


97.0 Megareus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) of Thebes, a king of Thebes


98.0 Melampus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a legendary soothsayer and healer, and king of Argos


99.0 Melanthus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Messenia


100.0 Memnon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Ethiopia who fought on the side of Troy during the Trojan War


101.0 Menelaus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Sparta and the husband of Helen


102.0 Menestheus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Athens who fought on the side of the Greeks during the Trojan War


103.0 Midas(Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Phrygia granted the power to turn anything to gold with a touch


104.0 Minos: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Crete; after his death, became one of the judges of the dead in the Underworld


105.0 Myles: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Laconia


106.0 Nestor: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Pylos who sailed with the Argonauts, participated in the Calydonian Boar hunt and fought with the Greek armies in the Trojan War


107.0 Nycteus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thebes


108.0 Odysseus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a hero and king of Ithaca whose adventures are the subject of Homer’s Odyssey; he also played a key role during the Trojan War


109.0 Oebalus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Sparta


110.0 Oedipus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thebes fated to kill his father and marry his mother


111.0 Oeneus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Calydon


112.0 Oenomaus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Pisa


113.0 Oenopion: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Chios


114.0 Ogygus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thebes


115.0 Oicles: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos


116.0 Oileus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Locris


117.0 Orestes: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos and a son of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon; he killed his mother in revenge for her murder of his father


118.0 Oxyntes: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Athens


119.0 Pandion I: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Athens


120.0 Pandion II: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Athens


121.0 Peleus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) king of the Myrmidons and father of Achilles; he sailed with the Argonauts and participated in the Calydonian Boar hunt


122.0 Pelias: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Iolcus and usurper of Aeson’s rightful throne


123.0 Pelops: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Pisa and founder of the House of Atreus


124.0 Pentheus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thebes who banned the worship of Dionysus and was torn apart by Maenads


125.0 Periphas: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) legendary king of Attica who Zeus turned into an eagle.


126.0 Perseus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) (Περσεύς), founder-king of Mycenae and slayer of the Gorgon Medusa


127.0 Phineus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thrace


128.0 Phlegyas: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of the Lapiths


129.0 Phoenix: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) son of Agenor, founder-king of Phoenicia


130.0 Phoroneus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos


131.0 Phyleus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Elis


132.0 Pirithoös: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) king of the Lapiths and husband of Hippodamia, at whose wedding the Battle of Lapiths and Centaurs occurred


133.0 Pittheus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Troezen and grandfather of Theseus


134.0 Polybus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) of Corinth, a king of Corinth


135.0 Polybus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) of Sicyon, a king of Sicyon and son of Hermes


136.0 Polybus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) of Thebes, a king of Thebes


137.0 Polynices: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thebes and son of Oedipus; he and his brother Eteocles killed each other


138.0 Priam: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) king of Troy during the Trojan War


139.0 Proetus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos and Tiryns


140.0 Pylades: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Phocis and friend of Orestes


141.0 Rhadamanthys: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Crete; after his death, he became a judge of the dead in the Underworld


142.0 Rhesus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thrace who sided with Troy in the Trojan War


143.0 Sarpedon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Lycia and son of Zeus who fought on the side of the Greeks during the Trojan War


144.0 Sisyphus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thessaly who attempted to cheat death and was sentenced to an eternity of rolling a boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down


145.0 Sithon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thrace


146.0 Talaus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos who sailed with the Argonauts


147.0 Tegyrios: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thrace


148.0 Telamon: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Salamis and father of Ajax; he sailed with the Argonauts and participated in the Calydonian Boar hunt


149.0 Telephus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Mysia and son of Heracles


150.0 Temenus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos and descendent of Heracles


151.0 Teucer: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) founder-king of Salamis who fought alongside the Greeks in the Trojan War


152.0 Teutamides: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Larissa


153.0 Teuthras: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Mysia


154.0 Thersander: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Thebes and one of the Epigoni


155.0 Theseus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Athens and slayer of the Minotaur


156.0 Thyestes: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Mycenae and brother of Atreus


157.0 Tisamenus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Argos, Mycenae, and Sparta


158.0 Tyndareus: (Greek: xxxx) (Latin: xxxx) (Translation: xxxx ) a king of Sparta

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Greek_mythological_figures

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