i need help, i'm reading Euripedes' play Medea, but they mention Creon; i must know if the Creon in Euripides' play is the same from Sophocles' Theban cycle... that is why i must know how many kids Creon had, i thought his only child was Heamon, because there is no mention of a daughter.... PLEASE, someone Help ME!
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Answered by jim w #26793
In Sophocles' version of "Antigone," there is Creon's son, Haemon, and there is also the mention of another son, Megareus, who died earlier.
Answered by kirsty n #59039
They are two different people.
Creon means ruler.
There are a few different Creons in ancient Greek plays.