Eurytus

Eurytus, Erytus (Ἔρυτος), or Eurytos (Εὔρυτος) is the name of eleven characters in Greek mythology, and of at least one historical figure.

Read more about Eurytus:  King of Oechalia, Other Characters, Eurytus, The Spartan Warrior

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Aristodemus Of Sparta
... Along with a comrade, Eurytus, Aristodemus was stricken with an eye infection, causing King Leonidas to order the two to return home before the battle, but Eurytus turned back, though blind, and met his ... The Greek historian Herodotus believed that had both Aristodemus and Eurytus returned alive, or had Aristodemus alone been ill and excused from combat, the Spartans ... However, because Eurytus did turn back and died in combat, Aristodemus was regarded as a coward and subjected to humiliation and disgrace at the hands of his compatriots in the words of ...
Eurytus (Pythagorean)
... Eurytus (Greek Εὔρυτος fl ... It is uncertain whether Eurytus was the author of any work, unless we suppose that the fragment in Stobaeus, which is there ascribed to one Eurytus, belongs ... Aristotle, (Metaphysics 1092b) mentions Eurytus, speaking about points as limits of spatial magnitude It was in this sense that Eurytus determined the number of anything for he computed the number of a man or that of ...
Heracles' Love For Iole Leads To His Death
... Apollodorus says one day Eurytus promised Iole to whoever could beat him and his sons in an archery contest ... Eurytus was an expert archer and taught his sons his knowledge of the bow and arrow ... Heracles shot and hit the bullseye and even beat Eurytus's scores ...
Iphitos
... Iphitos was the son of Eurytus, king of Oechalia, and a descendant of Oxylus ... After defeating Eurytus in an archery contest, Heracles was accused of stealing Eurytus's cattle as revenge because he was not given the prize, Iole ... befriended him, and gave Odysseus his father Eurytus's bow ...
Eurytus, The Spartan Warrior
... Eurytus or Eurýtos was the name of a Spartan warrior, one of the Three Hundred sent to face the Persians at the Battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC ... Eurytus and a companion, Aristodemus were stricken with eye infections and ordered to return home ... Eurytus turned back and ordered his helot attendant to lead him back to the battle ...