Diomede ( ; Ancient Greek: Διομήδη Diomēdē) is the name of four women in Greek mythology:
Diomede, daughter of Xuthus. She married Deioneus, king of Phocis, and was the mother of Cephalus, Actor, Aenetus, Phylacus and Asterodia.   Interwiki : bn, ja.
Diomede was a Lapith, and daughter of Lapithes. She married King Amyclas of Sparta and was the mother of Hyacinthus, King Cynortes, Polyboea, Laodamia, and, in other versions, of Daphne.     
Diomede, according to Homer, was the daughter of one Phorbas, taken by Achilles as a slave from Lesbos. She is named in the Iliad as the slave that Achilles sleeps with after he turns away the embassy of Ajax and Odysseus.  
Diomede, wife of Pallas and mother of Euryalus, who fought at Troy. Nothing else is known about her.
A fourth character of the name
Diomede is mentioned briefly in Hyginus. 
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^ Classical E-Text: NOTES ON APOLLODORUS, BIBLIOTHECA 3d
^ Apollodorus, The Library, 1.9.4
^ Pseudo- Apollodorus, 3. 9. 1; 3. 10. 3 Bibliotheca
^ Pausanias, Description of Greece, 3. 19. 4; 10. 9. 5.
^ Theoi Project - LOVES OF APOLLO
^ Theoi Project - POLYBOEA
^ Parthenius, Love Romances, 15
^ Iliad 9. 665
^ Eustathius on Homer, 596; Dictys Cretensis 2. 19, where she is called " Διομήδεια" ( Diomedeia)
^ Hyginus, Fabulae, 97