In Greek mythology, Palamedes (Ancient Greek: Παλαμήδης) was the son of
Nauplius and Clymene. He joined the Greeks in the expedition against Troy.
"Palamedes found his bitterest enemies in Odysseus and Homer; for the one laid
an ambush against him of people by whom he was stoned to death, while the ...
Palamedes was the son of Nauplius and Clymene in Greek mythology. He was
one of the participants of the Trojan War on the side of Greece. After Helen...
Nov 30, 2007 ... In Greek legend, the son of Nauplius (king of Euboea) and Clymene and a hero
of the Trojan War. Palamedes is a prominent figure in ...
Jun 4, 1997 ... Palamedes, who was the son of the Euboian king Nauplius and queen Clymene
and who was also the grandson of Poseidon and Amymone ...
Palamedes could refer to either a person from Greek mythology, or in Arthurian
Hereupon they accused Palamedes of treachery; they searched his tent, and as
they found the letter which they themselves had dictated, they caused him to be ...
Palamedes is a free toolbox containing Matlab routines for analyzing
Palamedes. A journal of Ancient History published by University of Warsaw and
Lockwood Press is a journal devoted to the ancient history. The editors welcome
It was he who outsmarted Odysseus when the latter tried to play the fool in order
to avoid joining the Trojan War. For this reason, Odysseus hated Palamedes, ...