（Πιτθεύς). A king of Troezen, and father of Aethra (hence
called Pittheïs), the mother of Theseus (q.v.). He is said to have taught oratory, and even to have written a book on
the subject (Pausan. ii. 30, 8).
Harry Thurston Peck. Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities. New York. Harper and Brothers. 1898.
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