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Pelasgus

by Micha F. Lindemans
In Greek mythology, the mythical ancestor of the Pelasgians, a people that Herodotus called the eldest inhabitants of Greece. He is the father of Lycaon.

It is also the name of the king of Argos who sheltered Danaus and his fifty daughters when they fled from Aegyptus.


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