Aeacus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Zeus and Aegina, and father of Peleus
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xcel Achilles, the grandson of Aeacus. * & He means his
that you, O man sprung from Aeacus, the Romans can defe
ced foe was Burrus sprung from Aeacus. PROPERTIUS [ 3.3'9-
Now, as of old, the sons of Aeacus are warriors. * &
of Neoptolemus of the race of Aeacus. * & One of the well
nctuary in the temple of Aeacus; but being afraid to trust
& Now first came Aeacus the son of Zeus, & And then the
(321-311) er sprang from the race of Aiakos. I am Niko
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