Aeacidae   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Aeacidae   - the royal family of Epirus, who claimed to be descended from Aeacus
Just_11.3 with them by the family of the Aeacidae. The Thessalians
Just_11.4 whom the family of the Aeacidae was descended, and from
Just_12.15 family, for most of the Aeacidae had died under thirty
Just_12.16 ugh her descent from the Aeacidae, a family of the remotes
Just_17.3 cias, and of the family of the Aeacidae, to be brought up.


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