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Ialmenus, an Argive, son of Ares and Astyoche
Iapetus, one of the Titans, son of Uranus and Gaea, father of Prometheus, Atlas, Epimetheus, and Menoetius
lasus of Athens, ally of the Argives, killed by Aeneas
Icarus, son of Daedalus; on his flight from Crete with his father, he flew too near the sun and fell into the sea and was drowned
Idaeus, a Troyan herald, charioteer of Priam
Idaeus, a Troyan, son of Dares, brother of Phegeus
Idas, son of Aphareus and Arene, one of the Argonauts
Idomeneus, leader of the Cretans, son of Deucalion, descendant of Minos and Pasiphae; one of the most renowned Argive heroes of the Troyan war
Ilioneus, youngest son of Niobe and Amphion, killed by Apollo
Ilioneus, a Troyan, son of Phorbas, killed by Peneleus
Ilioneus, a Troyan, killed by Diomedes
Ilos, son of Tros and Callirrhoe, father of Laomedon, grandfather of Priam
Imbrius, a Troyan, son of Mentor, killed by Teucer
Inachus, king of the Pelasgians, son of Oceanus and Tethys, father of Io
Ino, wife of Athamas, stepmother of Phrixus and Helle, better known by the name of Leucothea
Io, daughter of Inachus, beloved of Zeus, who changed her into a heifer to avoid detection by Hera; in this form she wandered over the earth, driven by a gadfly
Iobates, king of Lycia, father of Anteia, son-in-law of Proetus king of Tiryns, by whom he was commissioned to kill Bellerophon
Iolaus, son of Iphicles, nephew of Heracles and his faithful companion and charioteer                                    Iole, daughter of Eurytus king of Oechalia, the innocent cause of Heracles' death
Ion, son of Apollo and Creusa, exposed at birth but reared in the temple of Apollo at Delphi                             Iphicles, son of Alcmene and Amphitryon, half brother of Heracles, father of Iolaus                                      Iphidamas, son of Antenor and Theano, killed by Agamemnon                                                                    Iphigenia, daughter of Agamemnon and Clytaemnestra, sister of Orestes and Electra; offered as a sacrifice at Aulis by Agamemnon, but miraculously saved by Artemis and carried to Tauris, where she became priestess of the goddess                                                                                                                                             Iphition, a Troyan, killed by Achilles                                                                                                           Iphitus, son of Eurytus, friend of Heracles, by whom he was killed in a fit of mudness                                    Iphthime, daughter of Icarius and Asterodia, sister of Penelope                                                                     Iris, messenger of Zeus, sister of the Harpies; she is the personification of the rainbow                                    Irus, the shameless beggar who fought with Odysseus; his real name was Arnaeus                                  Isander, son of Bellerophon                                                                                                                          Isis, an Egyptian goddess, the equivalent of the Greek Io                                                                                Ismene, daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta, sister of Antigone, Eteocles, and Polynices                                 Ismenus, son of Niobe and Amphion, killed by Apollo                                                                                 Isus, a Troyan, charioteer of Antiphus                                                                                                Itymoneus, an ally of Troy, killed by Meges                                                                                             Ixion, father of Pirithous, king of the Lapithae; because he boasted of having been the lover of Hera (actually a cloud in the form of Hera), Zeus bound him upon a wheel on which it was his punishment to turn forevermore in the underworld




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