Capaneus

[ kuh-pey-nee-uhs, kap-uh-noos, -nyoos ]
/ kəˈpeɪ ni əs, ˈkæp əˌnus, -ˌnyus /

noun Classical Mythology.

one of the Seven against Thebes, who was destroyed by Zeus for blasphemy.

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