Aleus (Gr. Template:Polytonic) was in Greek mythology a son of Apheidas, and grandson of Arcas.[1] He was king of Tegea in Arcadia, and married to Neaera, and is said to have founded the town of Alea and the first temple of Athena Alea at Tegea.[2][3] He had a son, Lycurgus, and two daughters, Auge and Alcidice.


  1. Template:Cite encyclopedia
  2. Pausanias, Description of Greece viii. 23. § 1, 4. § 3, &c.
  3. Pseudo-Apollodorus, iii. 9. § 1

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