- Aeson (Thessaly) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Aeson or Aison (Ancient Greek: Αἰσών), also Aesonis or Aisonis (Αἰσώνίς), was a town of Magnesia in ancient Thessaly, the name of which is derived from Aeson, the father of Jason.
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Aeson was the son of Cretheus and Tyro. He had two brothers Pheres and Amythaon. Through his mother Tyro who consorted with the sea god Poseidon, he had two half-brothers, Neleus and Pelias. Aeson was the father of Jason and Promachus with Alcimede, daughter of Phylacus and Clymene.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Aeson or Aison (Ancient Greek: Αἴσων) was a Greek town in ancient Thrace. It belonged to the Delian League as it appears in Athenian tribute registers between 454/3 and 429/8 BCE. These registers are the only evidence for Aeson's location in Thrace.
Aeson is a figure in Greek mythology.. Aeson or Aison (ancient Greek: Αἰσών or Αἴσων) may also refer to: . Aeson (Thessaly), a town in ancient Thessaly Aeson (Thrace), a town in ancient Thrace
In Greek mythology, Aeson or Aison (Ancient Greek language; Αἴσων) was the son of Cretheus and Tyro, who also had his brothers Pheres and Amythaon. Aeson was the father of Jason and Promachus with Polymede, the daughter of Autolycus. Other sources say the mother of his children was Alcimede or Amphinome.
Aesop (/ ˈ iː s ɒ p / EE-sop or / ˈ eɪ s ɒ p / AY-sop; Greek: Αἴσωπος, Aísopos; c. 620–564 BCE) was a Greek fabulist and storyteller credited with a number of fables now collectively known as Aesop's Fables.
Aeson is the former king of Atlantis, father of Jason and was the first husband and first love of Pasiphae. With help from Pasiphae, Minos usurped the throne and Aeson became a leper
Pelias (Aeson's half-brother) was power-hungry and sought to gain dominion over all of Thessaly. Pelias was the progeny of a union between their shared mother, Tyro ("high born Tyro"), the daughter of Salmoneus, and the sea god Poseidon. In a bitter feud, he overthrew Aeson (the rightful king), killing all the descendants of Aeson that he could.