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For the tribe, see Myrmidons.

In Greek mythology, the name Myrmidone may refer to:

  • Myrmidone, one of the Danaids, who married and killed Mineus, a son of Aegyptus.[1]
  • Myrmidone of Lemnos, who killed Hypsipyle's two half-brothers, Cydon and Crenaeus, and Hypsipyle's fiance Gyas on the night the Lemnian men were massacred by their women.[2]


  1. ^ Hyginus, Fabulae, 170
  2. ^ Statius, Thebaid, 5. 219–224