Aegeus

In Greek mythology, king of Athens and father of Theseus who was sent to kill the Cretan Minotaur. On his return,...
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Aegeus

(from the article `Aethra`) in Greek mythology, daughter of King Pittheus of Troezen and mother of Theseus. Thinking to help fulfill the prophecy of the Oracle at Delphi ... Theseus had promised Aegeus that if he returned successful from Crete, he would hoist a white sail in place of the black sail with which the fatal ... [2 related...
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Aegeus

[hero] In Greek mythology, Aegeus (Αἰγεύς) is the eponymic hero of the phyle called the Aegeidae at Sparta. He was a son of Oeolycus, and grandson of Theras, the founder of the colony in Thera. All the Aegeïds were believed to be Cadmeans, who formed a settlement at Sparta previous to the Dorian conquest. There is only this differen...
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Aegeus

Aegeus was a king of Athens. He gave his name to the Aegean sea. His son, Theseus, went to Crete to free Athens from the tribute exacted by Minos. Theseus pledged that if he succeeded he would hoist a white sail upon his return voyage as a signal of his safety. Neglecting to hoist the signal, king Aegeus seeing Theseus' ship returning assumed These...
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Aegeus

Aegeus (ē'jOOs,–jēus) : see Theseus.
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Aegeus

In Greek mythology, Aegeus (s; Αἰγεύς) or Aegeas (s; Αιγέας), was an archaic figure in the founding myth of Athens. The `goat-man` who gave his name to the Aegean Sea was, next to Poseidon, the father of Theseus, the founder of Athenian institutions and one of the kings of Athens. ==The myth== ===His reign=== Upon the death of the k.....
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