Icarius and Periboea, a Naiad nymph,1 had five sons, Thoas, Damasippus, Imeusimus, Aletes, Perileos,2 and a daughter Penelope, whom Ulysses married.3 Tyndareus and Leda had daughters, to wit, Timandra, whom Echemus married,4 and Clytaemnestra, whom Agamemnon married; also another daughter Phylonoe, whom Artemis made immortal.
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1 According to the Scholiast on Hom. Od. xv.16, the wife of Icarius was Dorodoche, daughter of Ortilochus; but he adds that according to Pherecydes she was Asterodia, daughter of Eurypylus.
3 Compare Paus. 3.12.1; Paus. 3.20.10ff. According to the former of these passages, Ulysses won her hand in a footrace. As to races for brides, see Apollod. 3.9.2; Apollod. E.2.5; and note on Apollod. 1.7.8.
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