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In Greek mythology, Pittheus was a son of Pelops and father of Aethra. He was the King of Troezen. He was a wise man and understood the words of Aegeus' prophesy when no one else did.


Ovid VIII, 622,


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House of Pelops (4027 words)
Pittheus was the son of Pelops and Hippodaemia.
Pittheus realised that his own daughter would be the mother of this son, the oracle mentioned, got Aegeus drunk and to sleep in his daughter's room.
Pittheus raised his grandson in Troezen, until he was old enough to remove Aegeus' sword.
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