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Aegialeus (also Aegealeus, Aigialeus, Egialeus) is the name of several individuals in Greek mythology or literature:
- Aegialeus (King of Sicyon), one of the sons of the river god Inachus
- Aegialeus (King of Argos), elder son of Adrastus, a king of Argos
- Aigialeus, an elderly fisherman in Book V of the Ephesian Tale, an ancient Greek novel
- Aegialeus, an alternative name given by some scholars for Absyrtus, the son of Aeëtes who was murdered by Medea
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