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EPIMENIDES OF CRETE Epimenides of Crete (Phaestos or Cnossus): date
uncertain, but he probably lived in the late sixth and early fifth centuries b.c. He
was sometimes included in the list of the Seven Sages, in place of Periander.
(Aristotle, Politics 1252b : Epimenides calls members of the same household)
sharers of the smoke. 4. (Aristotle, Rhetoric 1418a; Epimenides gave his oracles
not about the future, but on things in the past which were obscure). 5. (Damascius
15. (Laius married Eurycleia daughter of Ecphas, and Oedipus was her son). 16.
(The children of Zeus and Callisto were Pan and Areas, twins). 17. (Epimenides
and Hesiod agree on the names of the thirteen suitors slain by Oenomaus). 1 8 .
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