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Chaonios sinus, ‘Chaon's gulf.’ The country was said to have been named after the Trojan Chaon by Helenus, who had caused his death. See Virg. Aen.III. 335.

nati, three sons and a daughter. Cf. 645 n. The name of the king was Munichus. His house was attacked by robbers, who being resisted fired it, and his children, his wife and himself were transformed by Jupiter to birds to save them from the flames (Anton. Liber. xiv.).

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