Calydon (son of Aetolus)

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In Greek mythology, Calydon /ˈkælɪdɒn/ was the eponym of the city Calydon.[1] He was a son of Aetolus and Pronoe and brother of Pleuron. He was married to Aeolia, daughter of Amythaon, and had by her two daughters: Protogeneia, who consorted with Ares, and Epicaste, who married her cousin Agenor.[2]

Family tree[edit]

Dorus Aetolus Pronoe Phorbus
Xanthippe Pleuron Calydon Aeolia
Sterope Stratonice Laophonte Agenor Epicaste Cleoboea Protogeneia Ares
Euryte Porthaon Demonice Thestius Eurythemis Oxylus
Oeneus Althaea Toxeus Evippus Plexippus Eurypylus Leda
Periphas Toxeus Deianira Gorge Perimede Phoenix Oecles Hypermnestra
Clymenus Melanippe Thoas Astypalaea Poseidon Polyboea Iphianeira Amphiaraus
Mothone Agelaus Ancaeus Eurypylus Clytie
Thyreus Eurymede Heracles Chalciope
Meleager Thessalus

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stephanus of Byzantium s. v. Kalydōn
  2. ^ Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca 1. 7. 7