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Phaedra was a villainess in ancient Greek mythology. According to the mythology, she was a Cretan princess and the wife of the Greek hero Theseus, king of Athens.
Phaedra was the sister of Theseus's lover Ariadne, who he married after abandoning Ariadne. She bore him two sons, Demophon and Acamas. However, Hippolytus, Theseus' son by his first wife Antiope, spurned the goddess Aphrodite, who decided to avenge herself on him by making his stepmother fall in love with him. As a result, Phaedra attempted to seduce Hippolytus, but he rejected her.
Enraged, Phaedra told Theseus that Hippolytus had raped her, causing Theseus to drive Hippolytus out and curse him in the name of Poseidon, who sent a sea monster to frighten Hippolytus's horses, which panicked and dragged him to his death.
Consumed with remorse over her role in Hippolytus's death, Phaedra hanged herself. The goddess Artemis later told Theseus the truth about the incident.