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Panŏpeus

Πανοπεύς). The son of Phocus and Asteropaea, who accompanied Amphitryon on his expedition against the Taphians or Teleboans, and took an oath not to embezzle any part of the booty; but having broken his oath, he was punished by his son Epeus becoming unwarlike. He is also mentioned among the Calydonian hunters ( Il. xxiii. 665). Cf. Pausan. ii. 29, 4; Ovid, Met. viii. 312.

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