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Homer, The Iliad (ed. Samuel Butler) 8 0 Browse Search
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Homer, The Odyssey (ed. Samuel Butler, Based on public domain edition, revised by Timothy Power and Gregory Nagy.) 4 0 Browse Search
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Apollodorus, Library (ed. Sir James George Frazer), book 1 (search)
they abandoned their prey and fled. So Athamas settled in that country and named it Athamantia after himself;Compare Scholiast on Plat. Minos 315c; Tzetzes, Scholiast on Lycophron 22; Etymologicum Magnum, s.v. *)Aqama/ntion, p. 24.10. According to the last of these writers, Athamantia was a plain in Thessaly. and he married Themisto, daughter of Hypseus, and begat Leucon, Erythrius, Schoeneus, and Ptous. And Sisyphus, son of Aeolus, founded Ephyra, which is now called Corinth,Compare Hom. Il. 6.152ff.; Paus. 2.1.1. and married Merope, daughter of Atlas. They had a son Glaucus, who had by Eurymede a son Bellerophon, who slew the fire breathing Chimera.As to Bellerophon and the Chimera, see Apollod. 2.3.1, with the note. But Sisyphus is punished in Hades by rolling a stone with his hands and head in the effort to heave it over the top; but push it as he will, it rebounds backward.As to
Apollodorus, Library (ed. Sir James George Frazer), book 2 (search)
horn should produce whatever they asked for. See Zenobius, Cent. ii.48. As to the horn, see A. B. Cook, Zeus, i.501ff. And Hercules marched with the Calydonians against the Thesprotians, and having taken the city of Ephyra, of which Phylas was king, he had intercourse with the king's daughter Astyoche, and became the father of Tlepolemus.Compare Diod. 4.36.1, who gives Phyleus as the name of the king of Ephyra, but does not mention theEphyra, but does not mention the name of his daughter. According to Pind. O. 7.23(40)ff., with the Scholiast), the mother of Tlepolemus by Herakles was not Astyoche but Astydamia. While he stayed among them, he sent word to Thespius to keep seven of his sons, to send three to Thebes and to despatch the remaining forty to the island of Sardinia to plant a colony.The sons referred to are those whom Herakles had by the fifty daughters of Thespius. See Apollod. 2.4.10. CompareDiod. 4.29, who s