Absyrtus

The Golden Fleece by Herbert James Draper (1904)

In Greek mythology, Absyrtus (Ancient Greek: Ἄψυρτος) or Apsyrtus, was a Colchian prince.

Family

Absyrtus was the son of Aeëtes, king of Colchis and a brother of Medea and Chalciope. His mother is variously given: Hyginus calls her Ipsia,[1] Hesiod and the Bibliotheca call her Idyia,[2] Apollonius calls her Asterodeia,[3] and others Neaera or Eurylyte.[4]

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Esperanto: Apsirto
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italiano: Apsirto
ქართული: აფსირტე
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