Icarius

In Greek mythology, there were two people named Icarius (s; Ἰκάριος Ikários). ==Icarius of Sparta== One Icarius was the son of either Perieres and Gorgophone or of Oebalus and Bateia, brother of Hippocoon and Tyndareus and, through Periboea, father of Penelope, Perileos, Thoas, Damasippus, Imeusimus, Aletes and Iphthime. According to othe...
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Icarius

(from the article `Erigone`) in Greek mythology, daughter of Icarius, the hero of the Attic deme (township) of Icaria. Her father, who had been taught by the god Dionysus to make ...
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Icarius

In Greek mythology, an Athenian taught by Dionysus to make wine. He gave some to a group of shepherds, several of whom became drunk. Their companions, believing that Icarius had poisoned them,...
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