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  Erechtheus   - son of Gaia; an ancient king of Athens
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Euseb]:Chron_183 of Hephaestus, who is called Erechtheus by Homerus, for
Just_2.6 course of succession, to Erechtheus, in whose reign the sow
Plut:Mor_843 ived their pedigree from Erechtheus, the son of the Gaea

  Erechtheus 2   - son of Pandion; an ancient king of Athens
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Aelian:NA_11.4   icily and to the sons of Erechtheus, but this among the
AnthPal_11.319   you and call yourself Erechtheus, Cecrops, Codrus, &
AnthPal_11.442   times did the people of Erechtheus expel me and thrice
Callim:Hec_230   230] & Once on a hill of Erechtheus there lived a woman
Callim:Hec_321   21] & . . . the son--in-law of Erechtheus. This refers to
Cic:Tusc_1.116   go back as far as Erechtheus, ** whose very daughters underwent
Euseb]:Chron_185   his reign. [p185] Erechtheus the son of Pandion, for 50
Phylarch_18   her, Cleopatra the daughter of Erechtheus. Book 10 [19]
Plut:Mor_843   were priests of Poseidon Erechtheus, and also Philippe a

  Erechtheus 3   - an Athenian hero in the Persian Wars
PsCallisth_2.3 ships, and again, too, Erechtheus was defending us, and


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