Pandion   - in ancient sources @

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  Pandion   I - son of Erichthonius; an ancient king of Athens
Wikipedia entry
Euseb]:Chron_183 ived in his reign. Pandion, the son of Erichthonius, for
Euseb]:Chron_185 [p185] Erechtheus the son of Pandion, for 50 years. The

  Pandion 2   II - son of Cecrops; an ancient king of Athens
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_9.57   Why, unhappy daughter of Pandion, do you mourn all day lon
Athen_13.585   To dwell with Aegeus, great Pandion's son. [ Euripides,
Euseb]:Chron_185   rred in his reign. Pandion, the son of Erechtheus, for 25
Mnasalcas_9.70   14 } & O daughter of Pandion with the plaintive twitte
Oros_1.12   over the lamentable flight of Pandion, the king of the Athenians.

  Pandion 3   of Thessaly - victor in the horse race at the Olympic Games, 296 B.C.
FGrH_257a.1 ots drawn by four horses Pandion of Thessaly, in the horse

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