Adrastus

Adrastus (Ancient Greek: Ἄδραστος, Adrastos) or Adrestus (Ionic Ἄδρηστος, Adrēstos), traditionally translated as "nonparticipant" or "uncooperative", was a legendary king of Argos during the war of the Seven Against Thebes.

Read more about Adrastus:  Mythological Tradition, Seven Against Thebes, Second War Against Thebes

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Atys (son Of Croesus)
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Adrastus (mythology)
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Arion (mythology) - Pausanias
... Pausanias says that "in the Thebaid it is said that Adrastus fled from Thebes 'Wearing wretched clothes, and with him dark-maned Areion' " ... on to quote Antimachus of Colophon as saying that Arion was a child of the Earth (Gaia) "Adrastus, son of Talaus, descendant of Cretheus, The very first ... Thereafter, Heracles gave Arion to Adrastus this is why Antimachus said of Arion "Adrastus was the third lord who tamed him." ...
Adrastus - Second War Against Thebes
... Ten years after this, Adrastus persuaded the seven sons of the heroes who had fallen in the war against Thebes to make a new attack upon that city, and Amphiaraus now declared that the gods ... The only Argive hero that fell in this war was Aegialeus, the son of Adrastus ... The legends about Adrastus and the two wars against Thebes have furnished ample materials for the epic as well as tragic poets of Greece, and some works ...
Adrastus Of Cyzicus
... Adrastus of Cyzicus is an individual who is mentioned along with Dion of Naples in a work of Augustine of Hippo ... Dei contra Paganos, Varro (116 BC – 27 BC) the Roman scholar and writer, cited Adrastus and Dion as authorities for the dating of an astronomical phenomena involving Venus, describing them as ... Adrastus of Cyzicus, and Dion of Naples, famous astronomers, said that this occurred in the reign of Ogyges ...