Mythological Ancestry – The Bloodline of Hercules

(Mythological Ancestry is not to be taken seriously) 😉

The Bloodline of Hercules stretches some 3000 years, from the beginnings of ancient greek mythology through to the old kings of Macedonia, into Egypt and it’s pharaoh’s and onwards still – through the ages to present day.

It’s an ancient line well documented and recorded. You can actually follow the bloodline through Wikipedia, and old pedigree’s.

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Baby Hercules strangling a snake sent to kill him in his cradle (Roman marble, 2nd century CE).

Like all ancient kings, Alexander I of Macedonia (Reign – 498-454 BC) claimed that the gods were his ancestors. The Macedonian kings said that they descended from Perdiccas, who descended from Temenos, a king of Argos; and he was great-grandchild of Hyllus, the son of Heracles. The oldest source for this family tree can be found in book eight of the Histories of the Greek researcher Herodotus of Halicarnassus

The old legend also maintained that Heracles’ wife Deianeira was a daughter of the god Dionysus. Stated differently, from the fifth century on, any Macedonian king could call himself son of Heracles, Perseus, Dionysus or Zeus.
It seems that this Heraclid (and thus: Greek) descent was first claimed by king Alexander I (497/496-c.454) and accepted at the Olympic games (496?), after which it was never seriously doubted again. According to the old legends, Heracles was a son of the supreme Zeus and a woman named Alcmene, who was a great-granddaughter of Perseus, incidentally a son of Zeus. Because of the similarity in name, the Persians were supposed to descent from Perseus too; again, we have the testimony of Herodotus that the Persians could be called ‘sons of Perseus’ in the fifth century BC.

 

Bloodline of Hercules

Heracles ‘Hercules’ Of Greek Mythology (1251–1226 BC) 94th great-grandfather

Birth: 7 SEP 1251 Thebes, Greece – Death: 12 OCT 1226 Poisoned Blood – causing painful burns

Hyllus HERACLEIDAE Of Greek Mythology (1150 – ) 93rd great-grandfather

Cleodaeos HARACLEIDAE Of Greek Mythology (1125 – )
son of Hyllus HERACLEIDAE Of Greek Mythology
Temenus ‘the Heracleidae’, “King of Argos”
son of Aristomachus “Of the Haracleidae of Greece” Of Greek Mythology
Karanus ‘Caranus’, “King of Macedon” (808 – 778)
son of Temenus ‘the Heracleidae’, “King of Argos”
Coenus “King of Macedon” ( – 750)
son of Karanus ‘Caranus’, “King of Macedon”
Tyrimmas “King of Macedon” (750 – 700)
son of Coenus “King of Macedon”
Perdiccas I “1st King of Macedon” (700 – 678)
son of Tyrimmas “King of Macedon”
Argaeus I “King of Macedon” ( – 640)
son of Perdiccas I “1st King of Macedon”
Philip I “King of Macedon” ( – 602)
son of Argaeus I “King of Macedon”
Aeropus I “King of Macedon” ( – 575)
son of Philip I “King of Macedon”
Alcetas I “8th King of Macedon” (576 – 547)
son of Aeropus I “King of Macedon”
Amyntas I “King of Macedon” (540 – 498)
son of Alcetas I “8th King of Macedon”
Alexander I “King of Macedon” ( – 454)
son of Amyntas I “King of Macedon”
Amyntas “Prince of Macedon”
son of Alexander I “King of Macedon”
Balakros ‘of Macedon’
son of Amyntas “Prince of Macedon”
Maleagros ‘of Macedon’
son of Balakros ‘of Macedon’
Arsinoe ‘of Macedon’
daughter of Maleagros ‘of Macedon’
Ptolemy I Soter “Savior”, “Pharoah of Egypt” (367 – 283)
son of Arsinoe ‘of Macedon’
Ptolemy II Philadelphus, “Pharoah of Egypt” (309 – 246)
son of Ptolemy I Soter “Savior”, “Pharoah of Egypt”
Ptolemy III Euergetes “Pharoah of Egypt” ( – 222)
son of Ptolemy II Philadelphus, “Pharoah of Egypt”
Ptolemy IV Philopator “Pharoah of Egypt” ( – 205)
son of Ptolemy III Euergetes “Pharoah of Egypt”
Ptolemy V Epiphanes, “King of Egypt” (209 – 181)
son of Ptolemy IV Philopator “Pharoah of Egypt”
Ptolemy VIII Physcon “King of Egypt” (182 – 116)
son of Ptolemy V Epiphanes, “King of Egypt”
Cleopatra VI ‘Tryphaena’, “Queen of Egypt” (140 – )
daughter of Ptolemy VIII Physcon “King of Egypt”
Laodice VII Thea “Laodice the goddess and brother-loving” PHILADELPHUS (122 – )
daughter of Cleopatra VI ‘Tryphaena’, “Queen of Egypt”
Antiochus I ‘Theos of Commagene’, “King of the Kingdom of Commagene” (86 – 38)
son of Laodice VII Thea “Laodice the goddess and brother-loving” PHILADELPHUS
Laodice “Princess from the Kingdom of Commagene”, ‘of Parthia’
daughter of Antiochus I ‘Theos of Commagene’, “King of the Kingdom of Commagene”
Phraates IV “King of Parthia” ARTAXIAD
son of Laodice “Princess from the Kingdom of Commagene”, ‘of Parthia’
Vonones I “King of Parthia”
son of Phraates IV “King of Parthia” ARTAXIAD
Artabanus II “King of Parthia” ( – 38)
son of Vonones I “King of Parthia”
Vonones II “King of Parthia” ( – 51)
son of Artabanus II “King of Parthia”
Tiridates I “King of Armenia”
son of Vonones II “King of Parthia”
Sanatroukes “King of Armenia” (70 – 116)
son of Tiridates I “King of Armenia”
Vologases I ‘of Armenia’ (90 – 145)
son of Sanatroukes “King of Armenia”
Vologaeses V ‘Arsaces XXIX’ ‘Vologases II of Armenia’ (145 – 208)
son of Vologases I ‘of Armenia’
Khusraw I ‘Vagharsh the Brave’, “King of Armenia” (175 – 216)
son of Vologaeses V ‘Arsaces XXIX’ ‘Vologases II of Armenia’
Tiridates II “King of Armenia” ARSAKID (195 – 252)
son of Khusraw I ‘Vagharsh the Brave’, “King of Armenia”
Chosroes II ‘The Valiant’ ‘de dappere’ “King of West Armenia” ARSAKID (230 – 287)
son of Tiridates II “King of Armenia” ARSAKID
Tiridates VII ‘Tiraines of Armenia’ ARSAKID (265 – 330)
son of Chosroes II ‘The Valiant’ ‘de dappere’ “King of West Armenia” ARSAKID
Daughter “Princess of Armenia” ARSAKID
daughter of Tiridates VII ‘Tiraines of Armenia’ ARSAKID
Athenogenes “Prince Of Suren-Pahlav” “Prince of the Gregorids” GREGORID (300 – 353)
son of Daughter “Princess of Armenia” ARSAKID
Saint Narses I “The Great Souren Pahlav” “Catholicus, King or Primate of Armenia” GREGORID (335 – 373)
son of Athenogenes “Prince Of Suren-Pahlav” “Prince of the Gregorids” GREGORID
Vasak I ‘De Grote’ “Vorst Koning” GREGORID (351 – 438)
son of Saint Narses I “The Great Souren Pahlav” “Catholicus, King or Primate of Armenia” GREGORID
Sahakanoysch Souren Pahlav, “Princess of Armenia”, Heiress of the Gregorids” GREGORID (385 – 416)
daughter of Vasak I ‘De Grote’ “Vorst Koning” GREGORID
Saint Hmayeak “General”, “Papal” “Legate of Armenia at Greece” MAMIKONEAN (410 – 451)
son of Sahakanoysch Souren Pahlav, “Princess of Armenia”, Heiress of the Gregorids” GREGORID
Vard ‘Artavazd’, “Vice-King or Governor”, ‘Marzpan’, ‘of Armenia’ MAMIKONEAN (450 – 509)
son of Saint Hmayeak “General”, “Papal” “Legate of Armenia at Greece” MAMIKONEAN
Hmayeak “Prince of Taron” MAMIKONEAN (480 – 555)
son of Vard ‘Artavazd’, “Vice-King or Governor”, ‘Marzpan’, ‘of Armenia’ MAMIKONEAN
Mousegh I “Vice-King and parapet” “Governor of Armenia” MAMIKONEAN (510 – 593)
son of Hmayeak “Prince of Taron” MAMIKONEAN
Vahan II “le Loup, Prince of Taron, Governor of Armenia MAMIKONEAN (550 – 600)
son of Mousegh I “Vice-King and parapet” “Governor of Armenia” MAMIKONEAN
Dawith I “David” “prince of Taron and priest” MAMIKONEAN (580 – 620)
son of Vahan II “le Loup, Prince of Taron, Governor of Armenia MAMIKONEAN
Hamazasp III “Prince or governor of Armenia” MAMIKONEAN (610 – 658)
son of Dawith I “David” “prince of Taron and priest” MAMIKONEAN
Artavazd “Vice-King, Prince of Taron” MAMIKONEAN (650 – 693)
son of Hamazasp III “Prince or governor of Armenia” MAMIKONEAN
Hmayeak ‘Theodore’ “Prince of Taron” MAMIKONEAN (700 – 778)
son of Artavazd “Vice-King, Prince of Taron” MAMIKONEAN
Artavazd MAMIKONEAN (730 – 778)
son of Hmayeak ‘Theodore’ “Prince of Taron” MAMIKONEAN
Marinos ‘of Armenia’ MAMIKONEAN (780 – 831)
son of Artavazd MAMIKONEAN
Saint Theodora ‘The Armenian’ “Empress of Byzantium”, ‘the Paphlagonia’ (815 – 867)
daughter of Marinos ‘of Armenia’ MAMIKONEAN
Michael III ‘The Drunkard’ “Final of the Amorian Dynasty”, “Byzantium Emperor” (840 – 867)
son of Saint Theodora ‘The Armenian’ “Empress of Byzantium”, ‘the Paphlagonia’
Leo VI ‘The Wise’ ‘The Philosopher’, “Byzantine Emperor” (866 – 912)
son of Michael III ‘The Drunkard’ “Final of the Amorian Dynasty”, “Byzantium Emperor”
Anna ‘of Constantinople’ (887 – 914)
daughter of Leo VI ‘The Wise’ ‘The Philosopher’, “Byzantine Emperor”
Charles Carolus ‘Flodoard’ “Count of Vienne” CONSTANTINE (901 – 961)
son of Anna ‘of Constantinople’
Richard de VIENNE (922 – )
son of Charles Carolus ‘Flodoard’ “Count of Vienne” CONSTANTINE
Fredeburga de VIENNE (950 – 1012)
daughter of Richard de VIENNE
Guiges V “seigneur de Vion” de VION (970 – 1009)
son of Fredeburga de VIENNE
Guigues I ‘Levieux’ ‘the Old’ D’ ALBON (1000 – 1075)
son of Guiges V “seigneur de Vion” de VION
Adelaide ‘Alix’ D’ ALBON (1018 – 1068)
daughter of Guigues I ‘Levieux’ ‘the Old’ D’ ALBON
Thietberge de SAVOIE (1035 – )
daughter of Adelaide ‘Alix’ D’ ALBON
Aimon I de GENÈVE Comte (1070 – 1128)
son of Thietberge de SAVOIE
Amadeus I de GENÈVE (1100 – 1178)
son of Aimon I de GENÈVE Comte
Beatrice de GENÈVE (1154 – )
daughter of Amadeus I de GENÈVE
Pierre de GRANDISON Seigneur (1195 – 1263)
son of Beatrice de GENÈVE
Amadée ‘Amadeus’ de GRANDISON Seigneur (1229 – 1300)
son of Pierre de GRANDISON Seigneur
William “1st Baron Grandison of Ashperton” de GRANDISON (1255 – 1335)
son of Amadée ‘Amadeus’ de GRANDISON Seigneur
Katherine de GRANDISON (1302 – 1349)
daughter of William “1st Baron Grandison of Ashperton” de GRANDISON
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daughter of Katherine de GRANDISON
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daughter of Sybil de MONTAGU
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daughter of Philippa ARUNDEL
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son of Elizabeth SERGEAUX
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son of Sir John MARNEY Knight
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daughter of Henry “1st Baron Marney” MARNEY
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son of Grace MARNEY
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son of Anthony ‘of Holme Hale’ BEDINGFIELD
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daughter of Eustace ‘of Westminster’ BENNEFIELD Gent
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son of William ‘of Burwash’ OWEN
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daughter of Thomas OWEN
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daughter of Ann ANDREW
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son of Ann RUSBRIDGE
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daughter of Napper CHALLEN
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daughter of Martha CHALLIN
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son of Hannah HARRIS
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daughter of William Richard TAYLOR
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