Euboleus

Greek - A swineherd. Son of Celeus and Metaneira or of Dysaules. Brother of Triptolemus. His swine were swallowed up in the chasm that opened up when Hades abducted Core and he was able to tell Demeter what had happened to her daughter. Identified as Euboleus, Eubuleus, Eubuleus, Euboleus, Euboleus, Hades, Hades, Pluteus, Aides, Aidoneus, Ais, Clymenus, Eubouteous, Klymenos, Plouton, Pluto, Polydectes, Polydegmon, Pylartes, Stygeros, 'unseen', Zeus Katachthonios, Egyptian Serapis, Japanese Emma-O, Norse Ymir, Pacific Islands Yamaraja, Persian Yima, Roman Aidoneus, Dis (Pater), Dives or Orcus.
Greek - A name for Hades as 'giver of good counsel'. Sometimes referred to as Euboleus, Eubuleus, Eubuleus, Euboleus, Euboleus, Hades, Hades, Pluteus, Aides, Aidoneus, Ais, Clymenus, Eubouteous, Klymenos, Plouton, Pluto, Polydectes, Polydegmon, Pylartes, Stygeros, 'unseen', Zeus Katachthonios, Egyptian Serapis, Japanese Emma-O, Norse Ymir, Pacific Islands Yamaraja, Persian Yima, Roman Aidoneus, Dis (Pater), Dives or Orcus.

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