Tyndareus

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Tyndareus [r]: From Greek mythology, he was a king of Sparta, son of Oebalus (or Perieres) and Gorgophone or Bateia, husband of Leda, and father or stepfather of Helen of Troy, as well as Castor and Polydeuces, Clytemnestra, Timandra, Phoebe, and Philonoe. His wife Leda was seduced by Zeus who disguised himself as a swan. [e]

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