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Mythology (4)

Eponymous founders or settlers


Son of Oenomaus, founder of Dyspontium.

Dysponteus or Dysponteus (Dusponteus or Duspontios), according to Pausanias (vi. 22.6), a son of Oenomaus, but according to Stephanus of Byzantium (s. v. Duspontion), a son of Pelops, was believed to be the founder of the town of Dyspontium, in Pisatis.


LETRINI (Ancient city) PYRGOS
Son of Pelops, founds Letrini. (Paus. 6.22.8)

Gods & demigods

Artemis Alphaea, Alpheaea, or Aalpeiusa

Alphaea, Alpheaea, or Aalpeiusa (Alphaia, Alpheaia, or Alpheiousa, a surname of Artemis, which she derived from the river god Alpheius, who loved her, and under which she was worshipped at Letrini in Elis (Paus. vi. 22.5; Strab. viii.), and in Ortygia. (Schol. ad Pind. Pyth. ii. 12, Nem. i. 3).

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