The Thespiades

The Thespiades

Anthippe was one of the 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 Thespia. She would carry his son Hippodromus.

Parents

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

Spouse & Lovers

Herakles (lover for one night)

Children

Hippodromus

Ancient Text​

By Anthippe he [Herakles] had Hippodromus
-Apollodorus.Biblioteca, 2.7.8

Anthippe one of the Daughters of Thespius

Night of the Thespiades

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