Ancaeus of Arcadia
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Ancaeus was the son of King Lycurgus of Arcadia either by Cleophyle or Eurynome or Antinoe. Ancaeus married Iotis and became the father of Agapenor who led the Arcadian forces during the Trojan War.
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