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Icaria an island southwest of Samos in the Aegean Sea, which, according to Greek mythology, was named by Daedalus in honor of his son Icarus, whom he buried there.
Icarus in Greek mythology, the son of Daedalus who, in trying to escape with his father from Crete, flew too high with wax-and-feather wings, and fell to his death when the sun melted them.
Lebynthos an island in the Aegean Sea over which, according to Greek mythology, Daedalus and Icarus flew while escaping Crete.
Minos in Greek mythology, king of Crete who imprisoned Daedalus and Daedalus's son Icarus.
Perdix in Greek mythology, the Athenian who invented the saw and who was turned into a partridge by Athena after Daedalus, in a fit of envy, threw him from a roof. [1/2 definitions]