Aeacus

a judge of souls entering the underworld and former king of the island of Aegina. His sons were Phocus, Peleus, father of Achilles, and Telamon, father of Ajax. Jealous of their brother?s athletic prowess, Peleus and Telamon killed him, for which they were banished. Aeacus?s legendary fairness had the ear of Zeus himself.
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Aeacus

Aeacus (ē'ukus) , in Greek mythology, son of Zeus and the nymph Aegina. He was the father of Peleus and Telamon. After a plague had nearly wiped out the inhabitants of his land, Zeus rewarded the pious Aeacus by changing a swarm of ants to men (known as Myrmidons). According to one legend,...
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Aeacus

In Greek mythology, son of Zeus and Aegina and father of Peleus. After his death he was appointed one of the judges of the underworld. ...
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Aeacus

in Greek mythology, son of Zeus and Aegina, the daughter of the river god Asopus; Aeacus was the father of Telamon and Peleus. His mother was ... [2 related articles]
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Aeacus

One of three judges of dead in Hades; son of Zeus.
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