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date: 27 November 2022



  • Herbert Jennings Rose


Areithous (Ἀρηΐθοος), a mythological character, surnamed Κορυνήτης, i.e. Club-man, because he fought with a club of iron; his armour had been given him by *Ares. Lycurgus the Arcadian caught him in a narrow road where he had no room to swing his club, ran him through with a spear, and took his armour (Il.


  • Greek Myth and Religion

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