Hippodameia

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Hippodameia [r]: From Greek mythology, she is the daughter of Oinamaos of Pisa; according to Greek mythology, any suitor who wants to marry her must first defeat Oinamaos in race of chariots. Pelops bribes the slave Myrtilos to remove pins from the chariot, causing Oinamaos to be killed, and Pelops to win her hand in marriage. Their children include Atreus and Thyestes. [e]

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