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[10] But Leucus killed her, together with her daughter Clisithyra, who had taken refuge in the temple; and having detached ten cities from Crete he made himself tyrant of them; and when after the Trojan war Idomeneus landed in Crete, Leucus drove him out.1


1 See Frazer's Appendix to Apollodorus, “The vow of Idomeneus.”

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