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See also: Aegeus


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  1. Obsolete form of Aegeus.
    • 1873, Thomas Henry Dyer, Ancient Athens: its history, topography, and remains, William Clowes and Sons; Chapter II, page 58:
      Ægeus became alarmed at his success, especially as he had contracted a friendship with the Pallantidæ, who were his rivals, and he therefore caused Androgeus to be murdered at Œnoë, in Attica, as he was on his way to a sacred festival at Thebes.