Icarius

Greek - Son of Oebalus and Batea or Perieres and Gorgophone. Brother of Hippocoon and Tyndareus. Co-king of Sparta with Tyndareus. Father of Iphthime and Penelope. By Periboea. He and Tyndareus were expelled by their brother Hippocoon who took over the throne. Heracles killed Hippocoon and his twelve sons and restored the former kings. Also known as Icarius, Icarus, Icarus, Ikaros, Icarus, Icarus, Ikarios, Ikarios, Icarius or Icarius.
Greek - An Athenian farmer. Father of Erigone. Dionysus taught him the art of winemaking and he gave some of his produce to a number of shepherds who, thinking he had bewitched them Maera, led his daughter to his grave where she hanged herself. The dog jumped to its death and Dionysus set them all in the heavens, Erigone as Virgo, Icarius as Bootes and Maera as Canicula. Some say Iasius became Bootes. Sometimes identified as Icarius, Icarus, Icarus, Ikaros, Icarus, Icarus, Ikarios, Ikarios, Icarius or Icarius.

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