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Can you name the Ancient Greek/Roman figures??

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Son of Telemon, fought for the Greeks
daughter of Oedipus, gives her outlawed brother a proper burial, although he was deemed a traitor
Youngest son of Priam, sent to safety in case Troy falls
Son of Odysseus
King of the Trojans, old
wife of Aeneas
Cave troll who stole the cattle from Hercules, happened in Rome
Brother of Menelaus, King of Greece
Decedent of Aeneas, founder of Rome
good(trait), hero(noun)
maze in which the Minotaur was kept
Kronos, gave divine ruling to Rome, transferred power from Greece to Rome
Prince of Troy, Oldest son of Priam
Athenian engineer, gets Theseus out of the maze
Founder of Thebes
father of the Roman People (NOT founder of Rome)
shame, dishonor, disgrace
Mortal who gets married to Thetis
Wife of Odysseus
Son of Aegeus, killed the Minotaur
King in Central Italy, father of Lavinia
archaeologist who found Troy
Mother/Wife of Oedipus
Queen who fell in love Aeneas when he was shipwrecked in Carthage
having power, ability, virtue
fame, reputation
most beautiful woman in the world, a daughter of Zues
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King of Thebes after Eteocles and Polyneices kill each other, left alone after everyone kills themselves
youngest daughter of Agamemnon needed to be sacrificed to avenge Menelaus
Wife of Priam
Home city of Odysseus
goddess who kept Odysseus as her sex pet for 7 years
city where a massive palace on Crete believed to be the labyrinth was
a nymph, a sea goddess. Had a prophecy of her Son being greater than the father
father of Aeneas, lover of Venus
killed his father, **** his mother, blinds himself
Thought Lavinia was going to marry him, fights Aeneas, was killed by Aeneas
Prophet who is cursed with no one ever believing her
sister of Cadmus, stolen by Zeus disguised as a bull
daughter of Minos, falls in love with Theseus
captured Odysseus and his men, almost ate them
fate
an amazing warrior, son of Thetis and Peleus, invulnerable to weapons, except at the heals
Turkish Hill where Troy was
monster who riddles people approaching Thebes, if they get it wrong, he eats them
wife of Minos, had sex with the bull given to Minos
Son of Poseidon, asked for a Bull from Poseidon
Son of Pasiphae and the bull, half bull half man
Original husband of Helen, King of Sparta, brother of Agamemnon
King of Ithaca, short and stocky, but clever
Prince of Troy who takes Helen as his wife prize
killed by Hector while wearing Achilles armor
Ancient King of Athens

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