Aegeus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Aegeus   - son of Pandion; ancient king of Athens, and father of Theseus
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Athen_13.556 Thestius of their virginity. Aegeus also was a man of
Athen_13.585 ing, she said- & To dwell with Aegeus, great Pandion's son
Euseb]:Chron_61 eia of Colchis left king Aegeus; her son was Medus, [p63]
Euseb]:Chron_185 rred in his reign. Aegeus, the son of Pandion, for 48 year
Just_2.6 ere instituted. 14 Aegeus also, the father of Theseus, was
Just_42.2 Medus, whom she had by Aegeus king of the Athenians; and


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