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- Hippothous son of Cercyon. He was one of the hunters of the Calydonian Boar. He later inherited the kingdom of Arcadia when king Agapenor did not return from the Trojan War. His successor was his son, Aepytus.
- Hippothous, son of Lethus the son of Teutamides, a descendant of Pelasgus. He led the contingent of the Pelasgians during the Trojan War, along with his brother Pylaeus, and was killed by Ajax during the fight over the body of Patroclus.
- Hippothous, son of Neaera, daughter of Autolycus. He was killed by Telephus his kinsman (he was the son of Auge, another daughter of Autolycus).
- Hippothous, son of Poseidon and Alope, daughter of Cercyon. He was exposed and suckled by animals, while his mother was executed. After Theseus had killed Cercyon he willingly handed over his kingdom to Hippothous, since both men were the sons of Poseidon. Also known as Hippothoon.
- Hippothous, son of Aegyptus and an Arabian woman. He married (and was murdered by) Gorge, daughter of Danaus and a hamadryad.
- Hippothous, son of Hippocoon. He was killed, along with father and brothers, by Heracles.
- Hippothous, one of the sons of Priam.
- Pausanias, Description of Greece, 8.5.4
- Pausanias, Description of Greece, 8.45.6
- Homer, Iliad, 17.209
- Homer, Iliad, 17.288
- Homer, Iliad, 17.312
- Homer, Iliad, 2.840
- Apollodorus, The Library, E.3.35
- Hyginus, Fabulae, 243
- Hyginus, Fabulae, 244
- Hyginus, Fabulae, 252
- Hyginus, Fabulae, 187
- Apollodorus, The Library, 2.1.5
- Apollodorus, The Library 3.10.5
- Apollodorus, The Library, 3.12.5
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