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Gauanes

(68 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[German version] (Γαυάνης/ Gauánēs; etymology doubtful). According to Herodotus (8,137f.) the son of the Heraclid Temenus of Argos, predecessor of the Macedonian king  Alexander [2]. Together with his brothers  Aeropus [1] and  Perdiccas, G. subjected the whole of Macedonia and founded a new dynasty (Hdt. ibid.). With this aetiology the origin of the Macedonian royal family can be traced through the Temenids to  Hercules. Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Iphthime

(38 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[German version] (Ἰφθίμη; Iphthímē). Daughter of  Icarius (Hom. Od. 4,797) and possibly Asterodia, sister of  Penelope (schol. Hom. Od. 4,797); Athena sends I.'s image as a dream to comfort Penelope (Hom. Od. 4,799ff.). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Ianthe

(31 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[German version] (Ἰάνθη; Iánthē, ‘violet blossom’). Daughter of  Oceanus and  Tethys (Hes. Theog. 349; Hyg. Fab. praef. 6; Paus. 4,30,4); playmate of  Persephone (H. Hom. 2,418). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Inuus

(88 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[German version] Along with  Pales, the Roman tutelary god of cattle herds (Arnob. 3,23); because of the Rutulian cult centre Castrum Inui (Verg. Aen. 6,775 and Serv. ad loc.) probably of Old Latin origin. According to Servius, the name is derived from inire (‘to mount’) (Serv. loc. cit.). I. was widely identified with  Pan or  Faunus (Liv. 1,5,2; Serv. loc. cit.; Prob. in Verg. G. 1,10,16; Macrob. Sat. 1,22,2). According to Livy, the  Lupercalia were held in honour of I. (Liv. loc. cit.). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Heleius

(45 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[German version] (Ἕλειος; Héleios). Youngest son of  Perseus (Apollod. 2,49; Paus. 3,20,6); eponym of the city of Helus in Laconia, which he is said to have founded after taking part in the campaign against the Taphians (Apollod. 2,59; Str. 8,5,2). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Hypseus

(88 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[German version] (Ὑψεύς; Hypseús). King of the Thessalian  Lapithae (Pind. Pyth. 9,13-31; according to schol. ad loc. based on a Ehoie of Hes. fr. 215 M-W), born in the Thessalian Pindus mountains as a son of the river god  Peneius and of the naiad  Creusa (a daughter of Oceanus and of Gaia), or daughter of Philyra (schol. Pind. Pyth. 9,27); father of  Cyrene and Alcaea (schol. Pind. Pyth. 9,31), whom he fathers with Chlidanope; also father of Themisto (Apollod. 1,84; Hyg. Fab. 1). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Hypso

(49 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[German version] (Ὑψώ; Hypsṓ). According to Val. Flacc. 1,365ff., mother of the Argonaut twins  Deucalion and  Amphion from Pella; the version at Apoll. Rhod. 1,176 gives a different account, naming Asterion (in place of Deucalion) and Amphion from Pellene as the sons of Hyperasius. Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Inuus

(72 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[English version] Neben Pales röm. Schutzgott der Viehherden (Arnob. 3,23); nach dem rutulischen Kultort Castrum Inui (Verg. Aen. 6,775 und Serv. ad loc.) wohl altlatin. Herkunft. Der Name leitet sich nach Servius von inire (= “bespringen”) her (Serv. l.c.). I. wurde vielfach identifiziert mit Pan oder Faunus (Liv. 1,5,2; Serv. l.c.; Prob. in Verg. georg. 1,10,16; Macr. Sat. 1,22,2). Nach Livius galten ihm die Lupercalia (Liv. l.c.). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Gauanes

(59 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[English version] (Γαυάνης; Etym. zweifelhaft). Nach Herodot (8,137f.) Sohn des Herakliden Temenos aus Argos, Vorfahre des Makedonenkönigs Alexandros [2]. G. unterwarf mit seinen Brüdern Aëropos [1] und Perdikkas ganz Makedonien und begründete eine neue Dynastie (Hdt. ebd.). Durch diese Aitiologie läßt sich der Ursprung des maked. Königshauses über die Temeniden bis auf Herakles zurückführen. Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Hagnias

(31 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[English version] (Ἁγνίας). Vater des Tiphys, des Steuermanns der Argo, rekonstruiert aus dem Patronymikon Hagniades (Apoll. Rhod. 1,105; 560; Orph. Arg. 122; 542; 690; Apollod. 1,111). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Hypso

(41 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[English version] (Ὑψώ). Nach Val. Flacc. 1,365ff. Mutter der Argonauten-Zwillinge Deukalion und Amphion aus Pella; abweichend davon die Version bei Apoll. Rhod. 1,176, der Asterion (anstelle von Deukalion) und Amphion aus Pellene Söhne des Hyperasios nennt. Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Iphthime

(38 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[English version] (Ἰφθίμη). Tochter des Ikarios (Hom. Od. 4,797) und möglicherweise der Asterodia; Schwester der Penelope (schol. Hom. Od. 4,797); ihr Abbild sendet Athene als Traumbild, um Penelope zu trösten (Hom. Od. 4,799ff.). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Heleios

(36 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[English version] (Ἕλειος). Jüngster Sohn des Perseus (Apollod. 2,49; Paus. 3,20,6); Eponym der Stadt Helos in Lakonien, die er nach der Teilnahme am Taphierfeldzug gegründet haben soll (Apollod. 2,59; Strab. 8,5,2). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Ismaros

(73 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[English version] (Ἴσμαρος). Im thrak. Kikonien (SO-Thrakien) gelegene Stadt, bei Maroneia (Strab. 7 fr. 44) oder identisch mit dieser (schol. Hom. Od. 9,39f.); I. wird als Verbündete Troias (Hom. Il. 2,846; schol. Hom. Od. 9,40) von Odysseus zerstört (Hom. Od. 9,40). Nach Archilochos eine offenbar bekannte Weingegend (Archil. fr. 2 W.). Später erwähnt u.a. bei Verg. Aen. 10,381 und Prop. 3,12,25. Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg) Bibliography J. Wiesner, Die Thraker, 1963, 16f., 44.

Hypseus

(78 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[English version] (Ὑψεύς). König der thessal. Lapithen (Pind. P. 9,13-31; gemäß schol. ad loc. nach einer Ehoie des Hes. fr. 215 M-W), geboren im thessal. Pindos-Gebirge als Sohn des Flußgottes Peneios und der Naiade Kreusa (einer Tochter des Okeanos und der Gaia), oder Tochter der Philyra (schol. Pind. P. 9,27); Vater von Kyrene und Alkaia (schol. Pind. P. 9,31), die er mit Chlidanope zeugt; auch Vater der Themisto (Apollod. 1,84; Hyg. fab. 1). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Ianthe

(29 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[English version] (Ἰάνθη, “Veilchenblüte”). Tochter von Okeanos und Tethys (Hes. theog. 349; Hyg. fab. praef. 6; Paus. 4,30,4); Spielgefährtin der Persephone (Hom. h. 2,418). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Ismarus

(74 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[German version] (Ἴσμαρος; Ísmaros). Town located in Ciconia in south-eastern Thrace, near Maronea (Str. 7 fr. 44) or identical with it (schol. Hom. Od. 9,39f.). As an ally of Troy, I. was destroyed by Odysseus (Hom. Il. 2,846; schol. Hom. Od. 9,40). According to Archilochus, a well-known wine-growing area (Archil. fr. 2 W.). Later mentioned, e.g. in Verg. Aen. 10,381 and Prop. 3,12,25. Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg) Bibliography J. Wiesner, Die Thraker, 1963, 16f., 44.

Hagnias

(35 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)
[German version] (Ἁγνίας; Hagnías). Father of  Tiphys who was the helmsman of the  Argo, reconstructed from the Patronymikon Hagniades (Apoll. Rhod. 1,105; 560; Orph. A. 122; 542; 690; Apollod. 1,111). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg)

Hippothoon

(163 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg) | Pressler, Frank (Heidelberg)
(Ἱπποθόων; Hippothóōn). [German version] [1] King in Eleusis Second son of  Poseidon and  Alope (Hyg. Fab. 187; 252). As an infant abandoned by his grandfather  Cercyon and taken in by  Theseus; later king, probably in Eleusis (Hes. fr. 215 M-W; H. Hom. 2,153). This is further supported by the fact that H. was venerated there as a cult hero and phyle hero, as suggested by the Hippothoontion's location near Eleusis on the river Cephissus (Paus. 1,38,4). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg) Bibliography U. Kron, s.v. H., LIMC 5.1, 468-475. [German version] [2] Author of sententious …

Helorus

(294 words)

Author(s): Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg) | Falco, Giulia (Athens)
(Ἕλωρος; Hélōros). [German version] [1] Ally of the Trojan Telephus Son of the river god Ister and brother of Actaeus; as an ally of the Trojan  Telephus, he fell in the battle of the Mysians against the Achaeans (Philostr. Heroicus 23,13f.,157). Schulte-Altedorneburg, Jörg (Marburg) Bibliography A. Bettini, s.v. Aktaios II, LIMC 1.1, 470f. [German version] [2] River in eastern Sicily River in eastern Sicily, modern Tellaro. It has its origin near Palazzolo and flows into the mare Ionium 20 km north of the southern tip of the island. Often mentioned because of the battl…
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