Persepolis (Persepolidus) - a character of ancient Greek mythology, the son of Telemachus and the daughter of Nestor Polikasta  - this is the interpretation, in particular, of V.N. Yarkho  . According to the translation of this place by Eustathius by O. P. Tsybenko  , this is a daughter named Persepola, however, in the commented place of the Odyssey, we are talking about sons. According to the work of Pseudo-Herodotus, "The Contest of Homer and Hesiod," the daughter of Nestor gave birth to Telemachus the son of Homer  . Pylos was later one of the seven cities arguing over the right to be considered Homer’s homeland.
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- Hesiod. Complete collection of texts. M., 2001. S. 160
- Commentary by D.O. Torshilov in the book. Gigin. Myths St. Petersburg, 2000. S.159