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In Greek mythology, Hipponous (Ἱππόνοος) referred to several people:
- Hipponous, father of Capaneus and Periboea with Astynome. He was son of Iocles, grandson of Astacus and great-grandson of Hermes and Astabe, a daughter of Peneus.
- Hipponous, one of the fifty sons of Priam, the last Trojan whom Achilles killed before his death.
- Hipponous, an Achaean warrior killed by Hector.
- Hipponous, son of Triballus. He was the father of Polyphonte by Thrassa, the daughter of Ares and Tereine.
- Hipponous and Adrastus, two otherwise unknown sons of Heracles, were said to have thrown themselves into fire in obedience to an oracle of Apollo.
- Hipponous, another name for Bellerophon.
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