noun, plural Her·a·cli·dae [her-uh-klahy-dee] /ˌhɛr əˈklaɪ di/.
Examples from the Web for heraclidae
It is noticeable that there is no mention of these Heraclidae or their invasion in Homer or Hesiod.
The return of the Heraclidae occasioned consequences of which the most important were the least immediate.
The return of the Heraclidae was the true consummation of the Hellenic revolution.
The three seem to be three earliest of the extant plays; they are also—if we count the Heraclidae as mutilated—the three shortest.The Rhesus of Euripedes|Euripedes
This play is very like the Heraclidae but adds a new feature; drama begins to be used for political purposes.Authors of Greece|T. W. Lumb