POEAS, antis, Gr. Ποίας, αντος, des Thaumakus Sohn, gieng unterden Argonauten mit nach Kolchis. Apollod. l. I. c. 9. §. 16. Andere zählen erst dessen und der Demonassa Sohn, den Philoktetes, mit unter die Argonauten. Hygin. Fab. 14. p. 51. So nennen einige auch dessen Vater Phylakus, den Großvater Iphiklus, und machen ihn zu einem Nachkommen des Aeolus. Eustath. ad Hom. Il Β. v. 697. & 706. Cf. Burman. Cat. Argon. h. v.


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