IPHIDAMAS

ΙΦΙΔΑΜΑΣ

1. A son of Busiris, whom Heracles ordered to be put to death together with his father. (Schol. ad Apollon. Rhod. iv. 1396.) Apollodorus (ii. 5. §. 11) calls him Amphidamas.

2. A Trojan hero, a son of Antenor and Theano, the daughter of Cisseus. He was a brother of Coon, together with whom he was slain by Agamemnnon in the Trojan war. (Hom. Il. xi. 221, &c.; Paus. iv. 36. § 2.)

3. A son of Aleus (Orph. Arg. 148), but he is commonly called Amphidamas.