Palamedes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Nauplius; a Greek inventor, at the time of the Trojan War
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nge the death of his son Palamedes, lured the Greek navy
it was Rhadamanthys and Palamedes who invented the fashio
it be to meet with Palamedes, and Ajax, and others, who
more probably than Palamedes.  Anticlides records
or, as Gellius preferred, Palamedes; fire from flint by
and sentries were invented by Palamedes in the Trojan War signalling
Odysseus used against Palamedes? The Achaeans, in solem
- an opponent of Tryphon in Coele Syria, 2nd century B.C.
ria there were Sarpedon, Palamedes and their associates;
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