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In Greek mythology, Ocalea[pronunciation?] or Ocaleia (Greek: Ὠκάλεια) was the daughter of Mantineus and the wife of Abas. Her sons were Acrisius and Proetus; her daughter was Idomene. Often, she is referred to as Aglaïa (Greek: Ἀγλαΐα).
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