Rhadamanthys - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- brother of Minos; a wise judge
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ian Plains to wed her to Rhadamanthys, and his own recepti
just from the pyre to Rhadamanthys by the right-hand
of frame but a veritable Rhadamanthys - at least not with
Talus was a great favourite of Rhadamanthys the Just. And
adness, says that it was Rhadamanthys and Palamedes who
inexorable judges, Minos and Rhadamanthys; before whom neither L.
are truly so, Minos, Rhadamanthys, Aeacus, Triptolemus, and to
are believed to descend from Rhadamanthus the brother of Minos), the
thought this was done by Rhadamanthus.
go the mystic path to Rhadamanthys, missed by my people and
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