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Deidamea

In Greek mythology, Deidamea was the daughter of Lycomedes, King of Scyros[?]. During the Trojan War, Achilles hid in her father's court, disguised as a girl. During this time, she gave birth to Achilles' only son, Neoptolemus.

Alternative: Deidamia



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