Pelias   - in ancient sources @

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  Pelias   - an ancient king of Iolcus in Thessaly
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_1.15   stis,* the daughter of Pelias? [16] & Among fishes the
Aelian:NA_5.1   one contest in honour of Pelias,* of Amarynceus, and eve
AnthPal_3.9   of Acheron. [9] Pelias and Neleus, the sons of Poseidon
Athen_11.468   the fire, the prize that Pelias cherished, the work of art
Cic:DeOr_3.217             Or go to Pelias' **
Just_42.2   of Thessaly. King Pelias, wishing to procure Jason's deat
Lucill_11.256   hope to grow young, like old Pelias, by being boiled.
Zenob_4.92   "May you bathe like Pelias" ( λο

  Pelias 2   - an island off the coast of Sicily near Drepana
247/5 The Romans capture the island of Pelias.

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