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- Euchenor, son of the seer Polyeidos and Eurydameia, brother of Cleitus, from Corinth. The brothers participated in the campaign of the Epigoni and afterwards fought in the Trojan War. Polyeidos had predicted that Euchenor would either die of an illness in his home city, or fall at Troy; Euchenor chose to go to the war and was eventually killed by Paris. Alternately, Euchenor was a grandson of Polyeidos; he was said to have dedicated a sacred image to Dionysus, surnamed Dasyllius, at Megara.
- Euchenor, son of Aegyptus, who married and was killed by Iphimedousa, daughter of Danaus.
- Euchenor, father, by Phlogea, of King Echetus of Epirus.
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