Nicostratus



[nahy-kos-truh-tuh s] /naɪˈkɒs trə təs/

noun, Classical Mythology.
1.
a son of Menelaus and Helen who, with his illegitimate brother Megapenthes, expelled Helen from Sparta when Menelaus died.

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