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Encyclopedia > Androgeus

In Greek mythology, Androgeus was the father of Sthenelus and a son of Minos and Pasiphae.


Aegeus, King of Athens, killed Androgeus because he won every prize during a feast. As punishment, the Athenians had to send several youths every year to be devoured by the Minotaur. This continued until the Minotaur was killed by Theseus.


Alternative: Andregeos






Another Androgeus was King of the Britons, see: Androgeus of Britain


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Androgeus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (93 words)
In Greek mythology, Androgeus was the father of Sthenelus and a son of Minos and Pasiphae.
Aegeus, King of Athens, killed Androgeus because he won every prize during a feast.
Another Androgeus was King of the Britons, see: Androgeus of Britain
Androgeus of Britain (351 words)
Androgeus was a legendary Duke of Trinovantum and Kent as accounted by Geoffrey of Monmouth.
Androgeus was given the Duchy of Kent and Trinovantum by his uncle following the death of Lud.
As he grew older, he became a trusted advisor to the king and helped in the first two attacks by the Romans who were under the leadership of Julius Caesar.
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