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Thebae, in Mysia, the town of Eetion, father of Andromache (where lived a tribe called Cilices). Cf. Il. VI. 396-7 “Ἠετίων, ὃς ἔναιεν Ὑποπλάκῳ ὑληέσσῃ Θήβῃ Ὑποπλακίῃ Κιλίκεσσ᾽ ἄνδρεσσιν ἀνάσσων.” Andromache relates to Hector (ib. 414-24) how Achilles took the city, and slew her father and her seven brothers. Cf. XII. 109-10. Lesbon. The gates of Methymna were opened to Achilles by the king's daughter Pisidice, who was by his order stoned to death for her treachery. Achilles took with him from Lesbos Diomede, daughter of Phoebus, Il.IX. 661.
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