Adrastus

(from the article `Seven Against Thebes`) ...on which of them was to succeed to the Theban throne and decided to rule in alternate years. As Eteocles` turn came first, Polyneices withdrew to ...
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Adrastus

[mythology] Adrastus (Ἄδραστος; Ionic: Adrestus Ἄδρηστος) refers to several individuals in Greek mythology: ...
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Adrastus

[son of Gordias] Adrastus (Ἄδραστος; Ionic: Adrestus Ἄδρηστος) was the son of Gordias, king of Phrygia. He features prominently in Herodotus`s story of King Croesus of Lydia. He killed his brother, unwittingly, and was driven out by his father. In Sardis, he obtained purification (katharsis) from Croesus, and was accepted ...
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Adrastus

Adrastus (udrăs'tus) , in Greek legend, king of Argos. He organized the ill-fated Seven against Thebes expedition and was the only survivor. Ten years later he successfully assisted the sons of the Seven, the Epigoni, in their attack on Thebes.
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Adrastus

Adrastus is a genus of small click beetle (Elateridae).
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Adrastus

Adrastus was the son of Talaus and the king of Argos. He attempted to restore Polynices to his throne at Thebes, he failed but led a second assault leading the Epigoni. He died of grief when he heard that his son had been killed in the Epigoni assault.
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Adrastus

In Greek mythology, king of Argos and leader of the expedition of the Seven against Thebes, undertaken to place his son-in-law
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