Athamas   - in ancient sources @

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  Athamas   - an ancient king of Orchomenus; husband of Ino
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_9.216 ed. Ino was made immortal, but Athamas was ill-fated. The
AnthPal_9.345 F 22 } & The fury of Athamas against his son Learchus
Athen_13.559 Amphis says in his Athamas- & Is not a courtesan much more
Athen_13.560 daughter of Minos; and Athamas on account of his marriag
Philip_9.253 doom. Ino loved her child, but Athamas was impious. The
PsCallisth_1.46 for his wife. & Athamas, frenzied, here shot down his

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