/eet"l euhs/, n. Class. Myth.
son of Endymion and founder of Aetolia.

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  • Alexander Aetolus — (Gr. polytonic|Ἀλέξανδρος ὁ Αἰτωλός) was a Greek poet and grammarian, the only known representative of Aetolian poetry.cite encyclopedia | last = Schmitz | first = Leonhard | authorlink = | title = Alexander | editor = William Smith |… …   Wikipedia

  • Alexander Aetolus — ▪ Greek poet and scholar flourished c. 280 BC       Greek poet and scholar of Pleuron, in Aetolia. He was appointed by Ptolemy II Philadelphus, Macedonian king of Egypt, to work on the tragedies in the library at Alexandria (Alexandria, Library… …   Universalium

  • Aitolos — (also Aetolus) may refer to:* Aetolus, son of Endymion, king of Elis who ran over Apis, son of Jason, at the funeral games for Azar * Aitolos, father of PalaemonFact|date=July 2007 * Aitolos, son of Oxylus and Pieria who died at a young age …   Wikipedia

  • Aetolia — Αιτωλία Region of Ancient Greece Ancient and modern Thermos, Aetolia   …   Wikipedia

  • Endymion (mythology) — In Greek mythology, Endymion (polytonic|Ἐνδυμίων, also spelled Endimion) could have been a handsome Aeolian shepherd or hunter, or, even a king who ruled and was said to reside at Olympia in Elis, but he was also said to reside and was venerated… …   Wikipedia

  • Pleuron — may refer to: *Birthplace of Alexander Aetolus *A son of Aetolus in Greek mythologyIn zoological morphology, pleuron may also refer to : *Tergum of a crustacean when it overhangs the insertion of the limb on each side as a free plate *Pleuron… …   Wikipedia

  • Endymion — ENDYMĬON, ónis, Gr. Ἐνδυμίων, ωνος, (⇒ Tab. XXVI.) 1 §. Aeltern. Sein Vater war, nach einigen, selbst Jupiter, nach andern aber Aethlius, Jupiters Sohn, und die Mutter Calyce, eine Tochter des Aeolus. Apollod. lib. I. c. 7. §. 5. 2 §. Stand und… …   Gründliches mythologisches Lexikon

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