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In Greek mythology, Agrius was a son of Parthaon, King of Calydon. Agrius' sons (including Melanippus and Thersites) overthrew his brother, Oeneus but were themselves overthrown by Diomedes, who reinstalled Oeneus as King. The Oricoli bust of Zeus, King of the Gods, in the collection of the Vatican Museum. ... In Greek mythology, Parthaon was a son of Periphetes and father of Aristas. ... Calydon (Greek Καλυδών) was an ancient Greek city in Aetolia, situated on the west bank of the river Evenus. ... In Greek mythology, there were three people named Melanippus: Son of Agrius, killed by Heracles Son of Perigune and Theseus Son of Astacus, defended Thebes in the Seven Against Thebes. ... In Greek mythology, Thersites, son of Agrius, was a rank-and-file soldier of the Greek army during the Trojan War. ... In Greek mythology, Oeneus, or Oineus was a Calydonian king, son of Porthaon, husband of Althaea and father of Deianira, Meleager and Melanippe. ... Diomêdês (Gk:Διομήδης - God-like cunning) is a hero in Greek Mythology, mostly known for his participation in the Trojan War. ...


Agrius was also a son of Odysseus by Circe and a brother of Latinus and Telegonus, mentioned only in Hesiod's Theogony (1011f). Head of Odysseus from a Greek 2nd century BC marble group representing Odysseus blinding Polyphemus, found at the villa of Tiberius at Sperlonga Odysseus (Greek Odysseus) is the main hero in Homers epic poem, the Odyssey and plays a key role in Homers Iliad. ... Circe, a painting by Edward Burne-Jones. ... Latinus or Latinos in Greek mythology, in Hesiods Theogony, was the son of Odysseus and Circe who ruled the Tyrsenoi, that is the Etruscans, with his brothers Agrius and Telegonus. ... In Greek mythology, Telegonus (born afar) was the youngest son of Circe and Odysseus. ... Bust, traditionally thought to be Seneca, now identified by some as Hesiod. ... Wikisource has original text related to this article: Theogony Wikisource has original text related to this article: Theogony (in Greek) Theogony is a poem by Hesiod describing the origins of the gods of ancient Greek religion. ...


The city of Agrinion, the biggest city at Aetolia, took its name from Agrius (Αγριος).


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In Greek mythology, Agrius was a son of Parthaon, King of Calydon.
Agrius' sons (including Melanippus and Thersites) overthrew his brother, Oeneus but were themselves overthrown by Diomedes, who reinstalled Oeneus as King.
Agrius was also a son of Odysseus by Circe and a brother of Latinus and Telegonus, mentioned only in Hesiod's Theogony (1011f).
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