I.a king of Egypt, son of Belus (acc. to others, of Neptune), and brother of Danaüs. He had fifty sons, to whom the fifty daughters of Danaüs were espoused, Hyg. Fab. 168.
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aegrotaticius - aenitologium
Aegyptus , i, m., acc. to the fable,