In Greek mythology,

Thessalus was the son of Jason and Medea and the twin of Alcimenes. After the adventures of the Argonauts and the death of Acastus, Thessalus became king of Iolcus.

Thessalus is also the name of a son of Heracles.

Thessalus is the name of the son of Haemon for whom Thessaly was named.

Thessalus is a character in Steven Pressfield's The Virtues of War; this character is an actor who visits the camp of Alexander the Great.

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