Œcles

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From Ancient Greek Οἰκλῆς.

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Œcles

  1. (Greek mythology) Son of Mantius and father of Amphiaraus.
    • 1917, Pausanias, quoted by Donald Mackenzie in Myths of Crete and Pre‐Hellenic Europe, re‐published by Forgotten Books, page 298:
      The gods in those days were sometimes mortals who are still worshipped, Aristæus, and Britomartis of Crete, and Hercules, the son of Alcmena, and Amphiarus, the son of Œcles, and beside them Castor and Pollux.