Pallas (Greek myth)
In Greek mythology, Pallas (/ˈpæləs/; Ancient Greek: for male Πάλλας, gen. Πάλλαντος and for female Παλλάς, gen. Παλλάδος) may refer to the following figures:
- Pallas (Giant), a son of Uranus and Gaia, killed and flayed by Athena.
- Pallas (Titan), the son of Crius and Eurybia, brother of Astraeus and Perses, and husband of Styx.
- Pallas, daughter of Triton.
- Pallas (son of Lycaon), a teacher of Athena.
- Pallas (son of Pandion), the son of Pandion II, king of Athens, and father of the 50 Pallantides.
- Pallas, the father of Euryalus by Diomede.
- Pallas (son of Evander), a prominent character in the Aeneid.
- Pallas Athena, one of the epithets of the goddess Athena.
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