Catalogue of Women/fr. 7

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Impregnated by Zeus who delights in thunder she bore
two sons, Magnes and Macedon the charioteer,
who dwelt homes around Pieria and Mount Olympus.

Source: Quoted by Constantine VII, De Thematibus 2: "According to the poet Hesiod, the land of Macedonia is named after Macedon, the son of Zeus and Thyia, daughter of Deucalion: Impregnated — Olympus."

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Bibliography[edit]

  • West, M.L. (1985) The Hesiodic Catalogue of Women: Its Nature, Structure, and Origins. Oxford. ISBN 0198140347.