Eurypylus, a son of Temenus, brother of Agelaus, Callias and Hyrnetho. As Temenus intended to leave his kingdom to Hyrnetho and Deiphontes, Eurypylus and his brothers hired assassins to kill Temenus, but the army still supported their sister and her husband.
Eurypylus, father of two daughters Morphe and Clyte, who were said to have been the first prostitutes in history.
^Scholia on Euripides, Hippolytus, 408 with reference to Herodianus the scholiast specifically stresses that this Eurypylus is distinct from Eurypylus of Cos
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