Capaneus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an ancient warrior, killed by Zeus at Thebes
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scale a ladder? & I'm Capaneus, and eager & To climb
him at a banquet, said, "Capaneus who is introduced by Eur
lines of Euripides on Capaneus, that [Suppl_861]: & His
stone, and again when you were Capaneus you suddenly fell
such was Evadne, when Capaneus offered his fearless cou
Claiming the Sovereignty, and a Capaneus.
ops. & 'Twas there Capaneus was consumed by flames; & and
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