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Tēreus , ĕi or ĕos, m., = Τηρεύς.
I. A king of Thrace, husband of Procne, the sister of Philomela, whom he violated, Hyg. Fab. 45; Ov. F. 2, 629; id. M. 6, 497, 6. 615; 6, 635; Mart. 14, 75, 1.—Hence, Tērĕĭdes , ae, m., the offspring of Tereus, i. e. his son Itys, Ov. Ib. 436.—
II. The name of a tragedy by Attius, Cic. Att. 16, 2, 3; 16, 5, 1.
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