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  Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 49 (v. 1)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
AETHALIDES (A/flaA^s), a son of Hermes and Eupolemeia, a daughter of Myrmidon.
He was the herald of the Argonauts, and had received from his father the faculty of remembering every­ thing, even in Hades.
As his soul could not forget anything even after death, it remembered that from the body of Aethalides it had successively migrated into those of Euphorbus, Hermotimus, Pyrrhus, and at last into that of Pythagoras, in whom it still retained the recollection of its former migrations.
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 iqexpand.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
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Eupolemia Aethalides 1 Eupolemia was a daughter of Myrmidon.
Aethalides Echion Myrtilus Unknown Sicilian nymph Daphnis Krokus [ edit ] andquot;Hermesandquot; in Islamic tradition Antoine Faivre, in The Eternal Hermes has pointed out that Hermes has a place in the Islamic tradition...
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 The Best Laid Plans
Aethalides hushed them nervously as he saw movement at the far end of the cella and the three men entered.
A feeling of relief and safety poured over him like the warmth of a fire on a cold night as she brushed a comforting kiss across his blond curls the way she had when he was small, whispering reassurance.
His companions, Aethalides and Coronus could all see it and were treating him with cautious respect, having learned since meeting him that he had a vicious temper.
www.users.globalnet.co.uk /~humeca/best_laid_plans.htm   (13898 words)

  
 The Mercury Affair   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The GTVA has finally found a home for some of the people but there are always those unwilling to open their hearts and arms to people in need, there are always people willing to go to extreme lengths to prevent that which they believe is different from settling on land they believe is theirs.
On a shakedown cruise to test its new systems the last thing the Aethalides expects is to end up in the middle of a war zone.
Out gunned and out numbered the crew of the Aethalides must rise to the challenge for the sake of the millions who fled the horror of Capella only to find more horror waiting for them.
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 s19b
As cited in T8, “Pythagoras used to say about himself that he had once been born as Aethalides and was regarded as a son of Hermes”.
The tendency for prominent figures to invent genealogies tracing them to a divine origin was not uncommon practise in ancient Greek culture.
Egyptians believed that, “when the soul has made the round of every creature on land, in the sea, and in the air, it once more clothes itself in the body of a human being just as it is being born, and that a complete cycle takes three thousand years”.
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 Life of Pythagoras
And there, having given laws to the Italians, he gained a very high reputation, together with his scholars, who were about three hundred in number, and governed the republic in a most excellent manner; so that the constitution was very nearly an aristocracy.
Heraclides Ponticus says, that he was accustomed to speak of himself in this manner; that he had formerly been Aethalides, and had been accounted the son of Mercury; and that Mercury had desired him to select any gift he pleased except immortality.
And that he accordingly had requested that whether living or dead, he might preserve the memory of what had happened to him.
www.mlahanas.de /Greeks/LaertiosPythagoras.htm   (5647 words)

  
 The Internet Classics Archive | The Argonautica by Apollonius
Nor did Admetus, the lord of Pherae rich in sheep, stay behind beneath the peak of the Chalcodonian mount.
Nor at Alope stayed the sons of Hermes, rich in corn-land, well skilled in craftiness, Erytus and Echion, and with them on their departure their kinsman Aethalides went as the third; him near the streams of Amphrysus Eupolemeia bare, the daughter of Myrmidon, from Phthia; the two others were sprung from Antianeira, daughter of Menetes.
He at that time persuaded Hypsipyle to receive the new-comers as the day was waning into darkness; nor yet at dawn did they loose the ship's hawsers to the breath of the north wind.
classics.mit.edu /Apollonius/argon.1.i.html   (10575 words)

  
 Fatbomb/Fatbomb.Cgi/Fleece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The number of Argonauts vary but usually number 40-55 people total - traditionally there were 50.
The Argonauts were: (Jason and Medea are sometimes not counted) Acastus Aethalides Ascalaphus Atalanta (others claim Jaso 1000 n forbid her because she was a woman) Autolycus Calais Castor Echion
The Argo was built by Argus, son of Phrixus.
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 Greek Mythology: DRACO / DRAKON ISMENIOS Dragon of the Ismenian Spring of Thebes
"He [Aeetes] handed them [Jason and Aethalides] the deadly teeth that Iason was to sow.
The teeth were those of the Aonian serpent, the guardian of Ares’ spring, which Kadmos killed in Ogygian Thebes.
Wherever he saw a quantity of them, he threw stones without their seeing him, and as they fought with each other he moved in and slaughtered them." - Apollodorus, The Library 1.128
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 A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology and Geography - stii, Aesula, Aethalia, Aethalides, Aethices, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology and Geography - stii, Aesula, Aethalia, Aethalides, Aethices, Aethiopes, Aethiopia, Aethra, Aetna, Aetolia
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