Beres (mythology)

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Beres (Ancient Greek: Βέρης) son of Makednos, according to Theagenes (2nd century BC) in his Makedonika, who is quoted by Stephanus of Byzantium,[1] and father of Mieza, Beroea and Olganos

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chatzopoulos, Miltiadēs V. Macedonian Institutions Under the Kings: a historical and epigraphic study. Kentron Hellēnikēs kai Rōmaïkēs Archaiotētos, 1996, ISBN 960-7094-89-1

Bibliography[edit]

  • Place-names in classical mythology: Greece, Robert E. Bell
  • A history of Macedonia, Volume 1, Nicholas Geoffrey Lemprière Hammond, Guy Thompson Griffith
  • Classical philology, Volumes 49-50. JSTOR

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