Oeneus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Oeneus   - king of Calydon; father of Meleager
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Wikipedia entry
Athen_06.237 knave, & And gave him up to Oeneus. [31.] And Araros,
Athen_13.608 woman. Accordingly Oeneus, in the play of the same name
Ovid:Cons_101 birds chant together of Oeneus' son {Meleager}; so Clymen

  Oeneus   - in documents
Syll_402 (246/5)   hmae. Mikkos son of Hermis, Oineus son of Phesinos,
Syll_600 (201/0)   omachos Sarapophilos son of Oineus . . . Cretans: O


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