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Medea is a figure appearing in the Greek myths.
Medea married Jason of the Argonauts, but sometime after, he abandoned her and their sons, Mermeros and Pheres, to court the daughter of the King of Korinthia, Glauke. In rage, Medea slew the boys. Afterwards, she gave Glauke a poisoned cape causing the woman to throw herself into a fountain that since bore her name.
When Alkibiades fell ill at the 428 BCE Olympic Games, Barnabas said that the man looked "like [he] drank from Medea's cup", referencing the story of how Medea attempted to kill the hero Theseus by giving him a cup of poison to drink.
- Assassin's Creed: Odyssey (mentioned only)