Euryalus

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Euryalus (/jʊəˈr.ələs/; Ancient Greek: Εὐρύαλος, Eὐrúalos) refers to the Euryalus fortress, the main citadel of Ancient Syracuse, and to several different characters from Greek mythology and classical literature:

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  1. ^ Arafat, K. W., Classical Zeus: A Study in Art and Literature, Clarendon Press, Oxford 1990. ISBN 0-19-814912-3, pp.16, 183, 184; Akropolis 2.211 (Beazley Archive 200125; LIMC Gigantes 299); British Museum E 47 (Beazley Archive 203256; LIMC Gigantes 301).
  2. ^ Pausanias, Description of Greece, 6. 21. 10
  3. ^ Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca 1. 8. 5
  4. ^ a b Dictionary of Classical Mythology. London: Penguin. 1990. p. 147. ISBN 978-0-14-051235-9. 
  5. ^ Homer; Trans. Stanley Lombardo (1997). Iliad. Hackett. ISBN 978-0-87220-352-5.  23.704-719.
  6. ^ Hyginus, Fabulae, 97
  7. ^ Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca, Epitome of Book 4, 7. 26 - 30
  8. ^ Sophocles, Euryalus (survived in fragments)
  9. ^ Parthenius of Nicaea (1916). Love Romances. S. Gaselee (trans). Loeb, Harvard UP. 
  10. ^ Pliny the Elder, Natural History, 7. 57
  11. ^ Butcher, SH and Lang, A: The Odyssey of Homer, Project Gutenberg
  12. ^ Virgil. Aeneid, V.294.
  13. ^ Virgil. Aeneid, IX.179-431.
  14. ^ Hesychius of Alexandria s. v. Euryalos