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Aegeus

/iːˈdʒiːuːs; ˈiːdʒɪəs/
noun
1.
(Greek myth) an Athenian king and father of Theseus
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  • Medea might take them with her to Athens and trust to the hope of aegeus' being able and willing to protect them.

    Medea of Euripides Euripides
  • At last he found aegeus, lonely and sorrowful, sitting in an inner chamber.

    Old Greek Stories James Baldwin
  • Thus, the meeting with aegeus is probably not the free invention of Euripides, but one of the data supplied to him by his subject.

    Medea of Euripides Euripides
  • Thus these bad-hearted nephews of King aegeus, who were the own cousins of Theseus, at once became his enemies.

    Tanglewood Tales Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Consequently she advised aegeus to invite him to a feast, that she might poison him.

  • He could scarcely wait to see whether King aegeus would recognize him, so eager was he to throw himself into his arms.

    Tanglewood Tales Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • So saying, King aegeus took the golden goblet from the table, and was about to offer it to Theseus.

    Tanglewood Tales Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Now King aegeus had been gazing earnestly at the young stranger, as he drew near the throne.

    Tanglewood Tales Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • The tribute continued to be paid until Theseus, son of aegeus, went to Crete as one of the seven.

  • Even while he prayed there came a ship into the harbor, bringing a letter to aegeus and alarming news from Athens.

    Old Greek Stories James Baldwin

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