Theseus

Theseus, legendary hero of Attica, and son of Ægeus, king of Athens; ranks second to Hercules, captured the Marathonian bull, and slew the Minotaur (q.v.) by the help of Ariadne (q.v.); waged war against the Amazons, and carried off the queen; assisted at the Argonautic expedition, and is famed for his friendship for Perithous, whom he aided against the Centaurs.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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