Menœtius

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Menœtius

  1. Archaic spelling of Menoetius.
    • 1899, James A. Fitz Simon, Vincent Alphonso Fitz Simon, The Gods of Old; and the story that they tell., book seventh, chapter I, page #339:
      Iapetus.—A Titan, married to Clymene, according to Hesiod; to Asia, according to Apollodorus. He was the father of Atlas, Menœtius, Prometheus, and Epimetheus; and was looked on by the Greeks as the ancestor of the human race.