His son, Theoclymenus, it was who now came up to Telemachus as he was making drink-offerings and praying in his ship.
She is wooed by Theoclymenus, king of the land, brother of Theonoe.
But he shuns her question, bids her make fresh vows to the Gods, and goes off to look after his guest, the prophet Theoclymenus.
Having taken leave of his friends, he returned to the house, taking Theoclymenus with him.
For when Telemachus is quitting Sparta, Theoclymenus joins him, .
The stranger's name was Theoclymenus, and he was a sooth-sayer and a second-sighted man.
On this Theoclymenus called him apart and caught him by the hand.
The guest from Telemachus' ship, Theoclymenus, was there, and he started up and went to leave the hall.
To Eurycleia he spoke of the guest who had come on his ship, Theoclymenus.
Theoclymenus it is, of the prophetic race of Melampus, the history of which is here given.