In Greek mythology, Astypalaea (pronounced [astiˈpalea]; Ancient Greek: Ἀστυπάλαια) was the daughter of Phoenix (son of Agenor) and Perimede, daughter of Oeneus; thus she was the sister of Europa. She was a lover of Poseidon who seduced her, and had two sons by him: Ancaeus, King of Samos, and Eurypylos, King of Kos.
Calydonian Family TreeEdit
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