- An Argive, son of Hippomedon. Pausanias lists him as one of the Epigoni, who attacked Thebes in retaliation for the deaths of their fathers, the Seven Against Thebes, who died attempting the same thing.
- Polydorus (son of Cadmus), son of Cadmus and Harmonia, and father of Labdacus by his wife Nycteis, daughter of Nycteus.
- Polydorus (son of Priam), a Trojan, and King Priam's youngest son during the Trojan War.
- Polydorus (son of Astyanax) or Polydore
- One of the three Rhodian sculptors who created the statue Laocoön and his Sons.
Polydorus is also the name of an Agiad King of Sparta. He was preceded by his father Alcmenes and succeeded by his son Eurycrates, reigning in the 7th century BCE. He fought in the latter part of the First Messenian War, alongside the Eurypontid king Theopompus.
According to Plutarch's Life of Lycurgus (Section 8), Polydorus may have had a role in reorganising the distribution of land in Laconia.
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