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In Greek mythology, Enorches (Enorchês) was a son of Thyestes by his sister Daeta. He was born out of an egg and built a temple to Dionysus, who was hence called Dionysus Enorches, though Enorches may also describe the god as the dancer.[1]


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  1. ^ Tzetzes ad Lycophron 212 ; Hesych. s. v. (cited by Schmitz)