In Greek mythology, Automedusa (Ancient Greek: Αὐτομεδούσης or Αὐτομέδουσα) was a Megarian princess as the daughter of King Alcathous, son of Pelops, either by his first wife Pyrgo or second wife, Evaechme, daughter of King Megareus of Megara or Onchestus. Thus, she was the sister of Ischepolis, Callipolis, Iphinoe and Periboea. Automedusa married Heracles's half-brother Iphicles and had by him a son Iolaus, who became the charioteer of Heracles.
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