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natorum, ‘children,’ the masc. including the fem., as in 717 n., III. 132, “soceri tibi Marsque Venusque”. The received narrative makes Anius the father by Dorippe (not Dryope, as in Smith's Dict. Biog. and Myth.) of three daughters only, called Oeno, Spermo, and Elais, from their respective powers. But there was a legend of a son of Anius named Thasus or Trasus, referred to in Ibis, 478, as having been killed by the dogs of the temple of Latona, whence it was subsequently forbidden to keep dogs in Delos (see Ellis ad loc.).

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