Diomedes

Diomedes, King of Argos – Roman copy of a statue by Kresilas from ca. 430 BC. Glyptothek, Munich. Diomedes ( or ) or Diomede (; ) is a hero in Greek mythology, known for his participation in the Trojan War.

He was born to Tydeus and Deipyle and later became King of Argos, succeeding his maternal grandfather, Adrastus. In Homer's ''Iliad'' Diomedes is regarded alongside Ajax as one of the best warriors of all the Achaeans (behind only Achilles in prowess). Later, he founded ten or more Italian cities. After his death, Diomedes was worshipped as a divine being under various names in Italy as well as Greece. Provided by Wikipedia
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