" And in the palace Pandora the daughter of noble Deucalion was joined in love with father Zeus, leader of all the gods, and bare Graecus, staunch in battle."
The district Macedonia took its name from Macedon the son of Zeus and Thyia, Deucalion's daughter, as Hesiod says :
"And she conceived and bare to Zeus who delights in the thunderbolt two sons, Magnes and Macedon, rejoicing in horses, who dwell round about Pieria and Olympus. . . . And Magnes again (begot) Dictys and godlike Polydectes."
"And from Hellen the war-loving king sprang Dorus and Xuthus and Aeolus delighting in horses. And the sons of Aeolus, kings dealing justice, were Cretheus, and Athamas, and clever Sisyphus, and wicked Salmoneus and overbold Perieres."
Those who were descended from Deucalion used to rule over Thessaly as Hecataeus and Hesiod say.
Aloïadae. Hesiod said they were sons of Aloëus, — called so after him, — and of Iphimedea, but in
1 Constantine VII. "Born in the Porphyry Chamber," 905-959 A.D.