THEOCLYMENUS

ΘΕΟΚΛΥΜΕΝΟΣ

1. A son of Polypheides of Hyperasia, and a descendant of Melampus, was a soothsayer, who, in consequence of a murder, was obliged to take to flight, and came to Telemachus at the time when the latter quitted Sparta to return to Ithaca. (Hom. Od. xv. 256, &c., 507, &c., xvii. 151, &c., xx. 350, &c.)

2. A son of Proteus. (Eurip. Helen. 9.)