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In Greek mythology, Lycomedes (also known as Lycurgus) was the King of Skyros during the Trojan War. Achilles, dressed as a girl, hid himself in Lycomedes' court to escape the war. While there, he fathered Neoptolemus with Lycomedes' daughter, Deidamea.

Plutarch says that Lycomedes also killed Theseus by pushing him off a cliff.