Mentor (Greek myth)
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- Mentor, son of Heracles and Asopis, daughter of Thespius, king of Thespiae, Boeotia.
- Mentor, one of the sons of Eurystheus and Antimache. He was killed in battle by the Athenians, including his brothers Alexander, Iphimedon, Eurybius and Perimedes, in the war that ensued when Athens refused to deliver the Heracleidae up to Eurystheus.
- Mentor (Odyssey), son of Alcimus, friend of Odysseus and tutor of Telemachus in the Odyssey.
- Mentor, a man who was rich in horse at Pedaeus. He was the father of the spearman Imbrius, an ally of the Trojans.
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