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Apollodorus, Library (ed. Sir James George Frazer), book 1 (search)
Mayer, Die Giganten und Titanen, pp. 274ff. They
were born, as some say, in Phlegrae, but according to others in Pallene.Phlegra is said
to have been the old name of Pallene
（Stephanus Byzantius, s.v. *fle/gra）. The scene of Pallene
（Stephanus Byzantius, s.v. *fle/gra）. The scene of the battle of the gods and giants was
laid in various places. See Diod. 5.71; Strab.
5.4.4, 6, Strab. 6.3, 5, Strab. 7 Fr. 25, 27, Strab.
10.5.16, Strab. 11.2.10; Paus. 8.29.1, with my note. Volcanic phenomena and the disct when the giant fell on the ground he somewhat
revived. However, at Athena's advice Hercules dragged him outside Pallene, and so the giant died.Compare Pind. N. 4.27, Pind. I. 6.31(45) with the Scholia; Tzetzes, Scholiast on Lycophron
that Alcyoneus had driven away the oxen of the Sun. The reason why Herakles dragged the
wounded giant from Pallene before
despatching him was that, as Apollodorus has explained above, the giant was immortal so
Apollodorus, Library (ed. Sir James George Frazer), book 2 (search)
Alcmena, who ordered him to execution, although the Athenians interceded for his life;
and his body was buried before the sanctuary of Athena at Pallene, an Attic township situated between
Athens and Marathon. See Eur. Heraclid. 843ff.; Eur.
Heraclid. 928ff.; Eur. Heraclid. 1030ff.
Accordithus. See W. M. Leake, The Demi of Athens, 2nd ed.
（London, 1841）, pp. 95ff., and Frazer, commentary on
Pausanias, vol. ii. pp. 432, 439ff. But Pallene, at or near which, according to Euripides, the body of Eurystheus
was buried, lay some eighteen miles or so away at the northern foot of Mount Hymettus, irabo about the place where the body of Eurystheus was
buried may be reconciled if we suppose that it was interred at Gargettus facing over
against Pallene, which lay on the opposite
or southern side of the gap between Pentelicus and Hymettus. For the battles said to have been fought at various times in this
Apollodorus, Epitome (ed. Sir James George Frazer), book E (search)
Bergk's Poetae Lyrici Graeci, ii.654. but his
people were cast away in the Ionian gulf and inhabited Apollonia in Epirus. And the people of Tlepolemus touched at
Crete; then they were driven out of their
course by winds and settled in the Iberian islands. ...The people of Protesilaus
were cast away on Pellene near the
plain of Canastrum.Canastrum, or Canastra, is the
extreme southern cape of the peninsula of Pallene （Pellene） in Macedonia. See Hdt. 7.123; Ap.
Rhod., Argon. i.599, with the Scholiast; Strab.
7 Fr. 25; Apostolius, Cent. ii.20; Tzetzes, Scholiast
on Lycophron 526; Livy xxx.45.15, xliv.11.3. And
Philoctetes was driven to Campania in
Italy, and after making war on the
Lucanians, he settled in Crimissa, near Croton and ThuriumIt is said that in a sedition Philoctetes was driven from
his city of Meliboea in Thessal