Peirithous   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Peirithous   - king of the Lapiths
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Athen_11.474   : "In the Marriage of Peirithous , at Athens, Hippeus represents
Athen_14.613   hen this frenzy stung, & Peirithous' roofs with frantic
PsCallisth_1.21   ened because of the wedding of Peirithous. For some of the
ValMax_4.7.4   supporting the unlawful love of Pirithous, and for his sake entering


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