Euripil ( ancient Greek Εὐρύπυλος ) is a character of ancient Greek mythology  . Son of Teleph and Astiochus (sisters of Priam)  .
After the death of Paris, he came to the aid of the Trojans with the army of the Mission. He made a number of exploits, but was killed by Neoptolem  . According to the Little Iliad, Machaon killed  . Killed Peneleus  . According to Giginu, he killed Nereus and Machaon  . According to Quint Smyrna, Nereus , Machaon , Peneleus , 8 more lesser-known persons are killed. Killed by Neoptolem  .
In Homer, in connection with Euripil, Keteans and feminine gifts are mentioned, but it is not clear what this is about  . The formula "women's gifts" is found in Homer in the story of Erifile , and the names are similar  . Modern scientists identify Keteans with the Hittites .
The protagonist of the tragedy of Sophocles "Euripil" (fr. 210-222 Rudt), the tragedy of Homer of Byzantine "Euripilia".
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