Ocalea (mythology)

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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).[1]

Argive Genealogy Chart[edit]

Argive genealogy in Greek mythology
Inachus Melia
Zeus Io Phoroneus
Epaphus Memphis
Libya Poseidon
Belus Achiroë Agenor Telephassa
Danaus Pieria Aegyptus Cadmus Cilix Europa Phoenix
Mantineus Hypermnestra Lynceus Harmonia Zeus
Polydorus
Sparta Lacedaemon Ocalea Abas Agave Sarpedon Rhadamanthus
Autonoë
Eurydice Acrisius Ino Minos
Zeus Danaë Semele Zeus
Perseus Dionysus
Colour key:

     Male
     Female
     Deity


References[edit]

  1. ^ Pseudo-Apollodorus. Library, 2.24; Euripides. Orestes, 953.