Syleus in Greek mythology, was a tyrant of Aulis, who compelled all foreigners who entered his dominions to labor in his garden. Hercules killed him, together with his daughter Xenodice. Another daughter was educated by her brother Dicseus; she fell in love with Hercules, and died of grief because she could not be his. He also loved her so deeply that he was with difficulty restrained from casting himself upon her funeral pyre.

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