Sarpedon

In Greek mythology, Sarpedon (Ancient Greek: Σαρπηδών; gen.: Σαρπηδόνος) referred to at least three different people.

Read more about Sarpedon:  Son of Zeus and Europa, Son of Zeus and Laodamia, Son of Poseidon

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Aenus (Thrace)
... occasion, Heracles slew Poltys' insolent brother Sarpedon on the beach of Aenus ... According to Strabo, Sarpedon is the name of the coastline near Aenus, so both Poltys and Sarpedon would appear to be eponyms ...
SS Sarpedon
... A number of ships have been named SS Sarpedon after Sarpedon, king of the Lycians during the Trojan War SS Sarpedon (1871), a 1,949-ton ship of the Blue Funnel Line SS Sarpedon (1877), a 2,036-ton ...
Laodamia
... Bellerophon and Philonoe, sister of Hippolochus and Isander and the mother of Sarpedon by Zeus ... Siculus makes her the wife of Evander, who was a son of Sarpedon the elder and by her father of Sarpedon the younger ...
2223 Sarpedon
2223 Sarpedon (1977 TL3) is a Jupiter Trojan discovered on October 4, 1977 at Purple Mountain Observatory and named after the Lycian hero Sarpedon from the Iliad ...
Sarpedon - Son of Poseidon
... A third Sarpedon was a Thracian son of Poseidon, and brother to Poltys, King of Aenus ... Unlike the other two Sarpedons, this Thracian Sarpedon was not a hero, but an insolent individual who was killed by Heracles ...