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According and Diodorus
According to Diodorus, he was father of six sons by Cyane, daughter of Liparus ( the eponym of the island Lipara, whom Aeolus assisted in conquering lands above Surrentum, Italy ).
According to the accounts of historian Diodorus Siculus and geographer Strabo, the area's first permanent settlers were the mountain-dwelling Ligures, who emigrated from their native city of Genoa, Italy.
According to the " travels of Hercules " theme, also documented by Diodorus Siculus and Strabo, both Greeks and native Ligurian people asserted that Hercules passed through the area.
According to John Tzetzes the kourotrophos, or nurse of Poseidon was Arne, who denied knowing where he was, when Cronus came searching ; according to Diodorus Siculus Poseidon was raised by the Telchines on Rhodes, just as Zeus was raised by the Korybantes on Crete.
According to the sixteenth book of Diodorus ' history, Pausanias had been a lover of Philip, but became jealous when Philip turned his attention to a younger man, also called Pausanias.
According to Diodorus Siculus, " There was in their city a bronze image of Cronus extending its hands, palms up and sloping toward the ground, so that each of the children when placed thereon rolled down and fell into a sort of gaping pit filled with fire ."( Bib.
According to Diodorus :" One hundred thousand men of Croton were stationed with three hundred thousand Sybarite troops ranged against them.
According to Rhodian mythographers who informed Diodorus Siculus, Danaus would have stopped and founded a sanctuary to Athena Lindia on the way from Egypt to Greece.
According to Diodorus Siculus
According to Diodorus Siculus ( III. 55 ), Mopsus was a Thracian commander who had lived long before the Trojan War, and along with Sipylus the Scythian, had been driven into exile from Thrace by its king Lycurgus.
According to Diodorus Siculus ' account of the Carthaginians:
According to Diodorus Siculus, Iolaus was sent by Heracles in Sardinia together with nine of the sons that he had fifty daughters of Thespius ( the Tespiadi ), to colonize the island, giving rise to the people of Iolaensi.
According to Diodorus Siculus, Actis built the city of Heliopolis in Egypt to honour his father Helios.
According to Diodorus the mythical singer Linus took three pupils: Heracles, Thamyris, and Orpheus, which neatly settles Thamyris's legendary chronology.
According to Diodorus ' own work, he was born at Agyrium in Sicily ( now called Agira ).
According to the legend as related by Diodorus, Semiramis was of noble parents, the daughter of the fish-goddess Derketo of Ascalon in Syria and a mortal.
According to Diodorus Siculus the Aequi were actually besieging Bolae when they were attacked by Camillus.
According to the Greek historian Diodorus Siculus, Sorrento was founded by Liparus, son of Ausonus, who was king of the Ausoni and the son of Ulysses and Circe.
According to Greek historian Diodorus Siculus ( 1. 35 & 1. 87 ), Egyptians venerated native mongooses ( Herpestes ichneumon ) for their ability to handle venomous snakes and for their occasional diet of crocodile eggs.
According to Diodorus, the Alexander sculptures by Lysippus were the most faithful.
According to Diodorus, the general Attalus blamed Pausanias for the death of his friend.
According to Corinna and Diodorus Siculus, Sinope was seized by the god Apollo and carried over to the place where later stood the city honouring her name.
According to Plutarch and Diodorus, Eumenes had won the battle but lost control of his army's baggage camp thanks to his ally Peucestas ' duplicity or incompetence.
According to Diodorus Siculus, after a series of conflicts with the Sicani, the river Salso was declared the boundary between their respective territories.

According and Siculus
According to the Crònica Universal de Catalunya, Olot was founded by Ulo, former king of the dynasty of Atlanteans, ( then called Siculus ), with the name of Ulot.
According to Roman historian Diodorus Siculus ( xii.
According to Diodorus Siculus, more than 600 of the Boeotians and their allies fell, and the Spartans lost 350 men.
According to some authors ( Varro, Diodorus Siculus ) the speakers of Sicel entered Sicily from the Italian mainland, and the language is quite likely of Indo-European origin.
According to Hyginus, he was killed by Aeetes, if indeed the text is not corrupt ; according to Diodorus Siculus, however, he was killed by Heracles during the latter's war against Eurytus.
According to Diodorus Siculus ( who calls him Sesoösis ), and Strabo, he conquered the whole world, even Scythia and Ethiopia, divided Egypt into administrative districts or nomes, was a great law-giver, and introduced a caste system into Egypt and the worship of Serapis.
According to a story of Aristotle's, lengthened by Cleitarchus and Diodorus Siculus, Attalus sexually assaulted Pausanias of Orestis in retribution for besmirching the reputation of Attalus's friend ( possibly relation ), also named Pausanias, an event that led to the latter Pausanias's death.
According to Diodorus Siculus, it was Archelaus I who, at the end of the 5th century BC, gave the city and its sanctuary their subsequent importance by instituting a nine-day festival that included athletic and dramatic competitions in honor of Zeus and the Muses.
According to Diodorus Siculus:

According and Homer
According to Homer, Circe suggested two alternative routes to Odysseus to return to Ithaca: toward the " Wandering Rocks " where King Aeolus reigned or passing between the dangerous Scylla and the whirlpool Charybdis, conventionally identified with the Strait of Messina.
* According to Homer Hickam's memoir, Rocket Boys, and its movie production, October Sky, the early rockets he and his friends built were ironically named " Auk ".
According to Greek source, the original name of the Lydian kingdom was Maionia ( Μαιονία ), or Maeonia: Homer ( Iliad ii.
According to Homer ( Odyssey iv: 412 ), the sandy island of Pharos situated off the coast of the Nile Delta was the home of Proteus, the oracular Old Man of the Sea and herdsman of the sea-beasts.
According to Homer, Achilles conquered 11 cities and 12 islands.
* According to Homer, Idomeneus reached his house safe and sound.
According to Hesiod's Theogony, Triton dwelt with his parents in a golden palace in the depths of the sea ; Homer places his seat in the waters off Aegae.
According to Homer it was called Aegae.
According to Groening, " Homer originated with my goal to both amuse my real father, and just annoy him a little bit.
According to Homer she was the wife of Zethus, and the mother of Itylus.
According to Homer, Hecuba was the daughter of King Dymas of Phrygia, but Euripides and Virgil write of her as the daughter of the Thracian king Cisseus.
According to Homer, Eurytus became so proud of his archery skills that he challenged Apollo.
According to Homer, Odyssey they were between Aeaea and the rock of Scylla.
According to Homer, Diomedes enters the war with a fleet of 80 ships, third only to the contributions of Agamemnon ( 100 ships ) and Nestor ( 90 ).
According to Homer, he was called Xanthos by gods and Scamander by men, which might indicate that the former name refers to the god and the latter one to the river itself.
According to Homer, Nausithous led a migration of Phaeacians from Hypereia to the island of Scheria in order to escape the lawless Cyclopes.
According to Homer, Alcinous is the happy ruler of the Phaiakians in the island of Scheria, who has by Arete five sons and one daughter, Nausicaa.
According to Homer, it was him who Lycurgus killed.
According to Homer, the Greek fleet on its way to Troy, in the generation after the Argo quest, was reprovisioned and victualled at Euneus ' orders.
According to Diogenes Laërtius, Xenophanes wrote in hexameters and also composed elegies and iambics against Homer and Hesiod.
According to Homer, Myrsinos took part in the Trojan War together with all of the Eleans ( Iliad II. 616 ).
According to Homer, Calypso kept Odysseus hostage at Ogygia for seven years, while Pseudo-Apollodorus says five years and Hyginus says one.
According to Homer, the Leleges were a distinct Anatolian tribe ; according to Herodotus the Leleges were an early name for the Carians ; and according to the fourth-century BCE historian Philippus of Theangela, who suggested the Leleges had connections to Messenia, in mainland Greece, they were overcome by the Carians.
According to this theory, then, Homer really does exist, though we must still use special language when talking about somebody who exists at a distant time — just as we would use special language when talking about something a long way away ( the very words near, far, above, below, over there, and such are directly comparable to phrases such as in the past, a minute ago, and so on ).

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