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- In Gr**** mythology, Peleus (/ˈpiːliːəs, ˈpiːljuːs/; Ancient Gr****: Πηλεύς Pēleus, "muddy") was a hero, king of Phthia, husband of Thetis and the father...
- arrangements for her to marry a human, Peleus, son of Aeacus, but she refused him. Proteus, an early sea-god, advised Peleus to find the sea nymph when she was...
- also a persistent link with Peleus throughout Chiron's myth. This can be explained that the latter was the grandfather of Peleus through his daughter Endeis...
- Peleus is a hero in Gr**** mythology. Peleus may also refer to: In-Q-Tel, formerly Peleus, American not-for-profit venture capital firm Mount Peleus, mount...
- together after Menoitios gave Patroclus to Achilles' father, Peleus. During this time, Peleus made Patroclus one of Achilles' "henchmen". While Homer's Iliad...
- Saint Peleus was an early Christian martyr. An Egyptian bishop, Peleus was one of four Christians who led M**** for the ****cuted Christians condemned...
- Thetis burned in a secret place the children she had by Peleus; but when she had Achilles, Peleus noticed, tore him from the flames with only a burnt foot...
- Hadjilias, Syros and renamed after Pēleús (Gr****: Πηλεύς), the mythical King of Aegina, and father of Achilles. Peleus was sold in 1933 to the Nereus Steam...
- Locris. Aeacus’ sons Peleus and Telamon were jealous of Phocus and killed him. When Aeacus learned about the murder, he exiled Peleus and Telamon. Aeacus...
- sons, Peleus and Telamon, for murdering their half-brother, Phocis. Peleus went to Phthia and a group of Myrmidons followed him to Thessaly. Peleus's son...
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