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THE MIDDLESEX ("TYNDAREUS") STONE DAN WATERS
THE MIDDLESEX ("TYNDAREUS") STONE. DAN WATERS.
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Thetis Amphitrite medusa Thoosa. Poseidon. Hades.
“Back Stories” for The Iliad ©2011, John J. Livecchi
Two fathered by Zeus, the other two by Tyndareus. Thus Helen,. Zeus's daughter is immortal and Clytaemnestra, Tyndareus' daughter is mortal.
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However, Agamemnon's family history, dating back to legendary
Menelaus, took refuge with Tyndareus, king of Sparta. There they respectively married Tyndareus' daughters.

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Leda And The Swan, Leonardo da Vinci's Masterpiece
In the legend, Zeus, the omnipotent Olympus god, in the form of a swan, seduced Leda on the night of her wedding to Tyndareus, King of Sparta. From this double liaison, Queen Leda bore two eggs, from which hatched two sets of twins.

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Tyndareus
Dec 5, 1999 The king of Sparta, husband of Leda, father of the Dioscuri, Clytemnestra, and Helen.
Tyndareus - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Tyndareus. Tyn·dar·e·us. noun \tin-ˈda-rē-əs\.

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