Aethlius


Aethlius

Aethlius (Greek: polytonic|Ἀέθλιος) was, in Greek mythology, the first king of Elis, [Pausanias, v. 1. § 2] father of Endymion. [Citation
last = Schmitz
first = Leonhard
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contribution = Aethlius (1)
editor-last = Smith
editor-first = William
title = Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology
volume = 1
pages = 51
publisher =
place = Boston, MA
year = 1867
contribution-url = http://www.ancientlibrary.com/smith-bio/0060.html
] He was the son of either Zeus and Protogeneia (daughter of Deucalion), ["Bibliotheca (Pseudo-Apollodorus)", i. 7. § 2] [Gaius Julius Hyginus, "Fabulae" 155] and was married to Calyce. According to some accounts, Endymion was himself a son of Zeus and first king of Elis. ["Bibliotheca (Pseudo-Apollodorus)", i. 7. § 5.] Other traditions again made Aethlius a son of Aeolus, who was called by the name of Zeus. [Pausanias, v. 8. § 1.]

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