LYSIDICE

ΛΥΣΙΔΙΚΗ

1. A daughter of Pelops, married to Mestor, by whom she had a daughter, Hippothoe (Apollod. ii. 4. § 5). Others call her the wife of Alcaeus, and mother of Amphitryon (Paus. viii. 14. § 2). A third account is given by the scholiast on Pindar (Ol. vii. 49).

2. A second personage of the name is mentioned by Apollodorus (ii. 7. § 8).