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In Greek mythology, the name Hyperbius (Ὑπέρβιος) may refer to:
- Hyperbius, son of Oenops, a defender of Thebes against the Seven, appointed by Eteocles to defend the Oncaidian Gate against Hippomedon. He had an image of Zeus on his shield.
- Hyperbius, a son of Aegyptus, who married and was killed by the Danaid Celaeno, or by Eupheme.
- Hyperbius, an Athenian, brother of Agrolas or Euryalus. The two brothers were credited with inventing the technique of building with bricks, and with construction of the first brick houses in Athens, as well as of the wall around Acropolis.
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