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Mythology (11)

Historic figures

Ion

Perseus Encyclopedia


Aegialeus

Aegialeus. A son of Inachus and the Oceanid Melia, from whom the part of Peloponnesus afterwards called Achaia derived its name of Aegialeia (Apollod. ii. 1.1). According to a Sicyonian tradition he was an autochthon, brother of Phoroneus and first king of Sicyon, to whom the foundation of the town of Aegialeia was ascribed (Paus. ii. 5.5, vii. 1.1).


Gods & demigods

Dionysus Lampter

Lampter, i. e. the shining or torch-bearer, a surname of Dionysus, under which he was worshipped at Pellene in Achaia, where a festival called lampteria was celebrated in his honour. (Paus. vii. 27. Β 2.)


Kings

Selinus (Selinos)

King of Aegialus.


Daimenes

Son of Tisamenus.


Sparton

Son of Tisamenus.


Tellis

Son of Tisamenus, an Achaean leader.


Leontomenes

Son of Tisamenus.


Damasias

Son of Penthilus, an Achaean leader.


Heroes

Cometes

Eldest son of Tisamenus.


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