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Calydon of Aetolia

In Greek mythology, Calydon (/ˈkælɪdɒn/; Ancient Greek: Καλυδὼν) was the eponym of the city Calydon.[1] He was a son of Aetolus and Pronoe, daughter of Phorbus and the brother of Pleuron. He was married to Aeolia, daughter of Amythaon, and had by her two daughters: Protogeneia, who consorted with Ares, and Epicaste, who married her cousin Agenor.[2]

Family tree

DorusAetolusPronoeAmythaon
XanthippePleuronCalydonAeolia
SteropeStratoniceLaophonteAgenorEpicasteCleoboeaProtogeneiaAres
EurytePorthaonDemoniceThestiusEurythemisOxylus
OeneusAlthaeaToxeusEvippusPlexippusEurypylusLeda
PeriphasToxeusDeianiraGorgePerimedePhoenixOeclesHypermnestra
ClymenusMelanippeThoasAstypalaeaPoseidonPolyboeaIphianeiraAmphiaraus
MothoneAgelausAncaeusEurypylusClytie
ThyreusEurymedeHeraclesChalciope
MeleagerThessalus

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