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Apollodorus, Library (ed. Sir James George Frazer), book 1 (search)
2） On the birds see
D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson, Glossary of Greek Birds
（Oxford, 1895）, pp. 114ff.
After Althaea's death Oeneus married Periboea, daughter of Hipponous. The author of the
Thebaid says that when Olenus was sacked, Oeneus received Periboea as a gift
of honor; but Hesiod says that she was seduced by Hippostratus, son of Amarynceus, and
that her father Hipponous sent her away from Olenus in Achaia to Oeneus, because
he dwelt fOlenus in Achaia to Oeneus, because
he dwelt far from Greece, with an injunction to
put her to death.Compare Diod. 4.35.1ff.,
according to whom Periboea alleged that she was with child by Ares. Sophocles wrote a
tragedy on the subject; a few fragments of it remain （The
Fragments of Sophocles, ed. A. C. Pearson, i.216ff.）.
However, some say that Hipponous discovered that his
daughter had been debauched by Oeneus, and therefore he sent her away to him when she was
with child. By her Oen
Apollodorus, Library (ed. Sir James George Frazer), book 2 (search)
imself ready to submit to arbitration.
The arbitrators having taken their seats, Phyleus was called by Hercules and bore witness
against his father, affirming that he had agreed to give him a reward. In a rage Augeas,
before the voting took place, ordered both Phyleus and Hercules to pack out of Elis. So Phyleus went to Dulichium and dwelt there,Compare Hom. Il. 2.629, with
the Scholiast; Paus. 5.1.10, Paus.
5.3.1-3. and Hercules repaired to Dexamenus at Olenus.Compare
Bacchylides, referred to by the Scholiast on Hom. Od. xi.295; Bacch.,
ed. R. C. Jebb, p. 430; Diod. 4.33.1; Paus.
7.18.1; Hyginus, Fab. 33. He found Dexamenus on the point
of betrothing perforce his daughter Mnesimache to the centaur Eurytion, and being called
upon by him for help, he slew Eurytion when that centaur came to fetch his bride. But
Eurystheus would not admit this labour either among the ten, alleging that it had been