Aglaia one of the fifty Daughters of Thespius

Aglaia was one of the fifty daughters of Thespius, King of Thespiae, Boeotia. She was one of the forty-nine of his fifty daughters to sleep with Herakles while he was in Thespiae. She would carry his son Antiades


King Thespius and Queen Megamede (Mother) or potentially one of Thespius' Mistress

Spouse & Lovers

Herakles (lover for one night)


Antiades (with Herakles)

Ancient Text

"by Aglaia he [Herakles] had Antiades
- Apollod. Biblioteca 2.7.8


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