Feano ( dr. Greek Θεανώ ) is a character in ancient Greek mythology  and the protagonist of the unreserved tragedy of Euripides “The Melanippa Prisoner”. Wife of Metapont , king of Italy. She had no children, and she took from the shepherds the Beot and Aeolus they found and passed them off as her own. She later gave birth to two more. When her sons grew up, she told her native children that the elders were foundlings, and advised them to kill them on a hunt. However, with the help of Poseidon, his sons killed the children of Feano, while Feano killed herself with a hunting knife  . At Euripides, Feano sends his brothers to kill the stepsons  .
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