Pelias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an ancient king of Iolcus in Thessaly
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stis,* the daughter of Pelias?  & Among fishes the
one contest in honour of Pelias,* of Amarynceus, and eve
of Acheron.  Pelias and Neleus, the sons of Poseidon
of Thessaly. King Pelias, wishing to procure Jason's deat
hope to grow young, like old Pelias, by being boiled.
"May you bathe like Pelias" ( λο
- an island off the coast of Sicily near Drepana
The Romans capture the island of Pelias.
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