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3. A slave of Priam, who exposed the infant Paris on mount Ida, in consequence of a dream of his mother. When, after the lapse of five days, the slave found the infant still alive and suckled by a bear, he took him to his own house and brought him up. (Apollod. 3.12.4; compare PAIRS.)

There are several other mythical personages of the name of Agelaus, concerning whom no particulars are known. (Apollod. 2.8.5; Antonin, Lib. 2; Hom. Il. 8.257, 11.302; Paus. 8.35.7.)


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