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Emathus, Emathius or Amathus (Greek:Ἥμαθος, Ἠμάθιος, Ἄμαθος), was son of Makednos, from whom Emathia (the Homeric name of Lower Macedonia) was believed to have derived its name. The daughters of his brother Pierus, the Pierides, are sometimes called Emathides after him. The Emathian or Emathius in Latin is a frequently used epithet in Latin poets for Alexander the Great.

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  • Ήμαθος
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  • Στην ελληνική μυθολογία με το όνομα Ήμαθος (ή και Άμαθος στην αιολική και τη δωρική διάλεκτο) είναι γνωστός ένας γιος του Μακεδόνα και αδελφός του Πίερου. Είναι επίσης ονοματοδότης της Ημαθίας. Οι θυγατέρες του Πίερου, οι Πιερίδες, ονομάζονται μερικές φορές και Ημαθίδες.
  • Amathos (altgriechisch Ἄμαθος) ist eine Person der griechischen Mythologie. Nach einem Scholion zur Ilias ist er der Sohn des Makedon, des eponymen Heros von Makedonien, und ein Enkel des Zeus und der . Amathos wird als eponymer Heros der makedonischen Stadt genannt, sein Bruder ist , der namensgebende Heros der Stadt Pieria.
  • Emathus, Emathius or Amathus (Greek:Ἥμαθος, Ἠμάθιος, Ἄμαθος), was son of Makednos, from whom Emathia (the Homeric name of Lower Macedonia) was believed to have derived its name. The daughters of his brother Pierus, the Pierides, are sometimes called Emathides after him. The Emathian or Emathius in Latin is a frequently used epithet in Latin poets for Alexander the Great.
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  • Στην ελληνική μυθολογία με το όνομα Ήμαθος (ή και Άμαθος στην αιολική και τη δωρική διάλεκτο) είναι γνωστός ένας γιος του Μακεδόνα και αδελφός του Πίερου. Είναι επίσης ονοματοδότης της Ημαθίας. Οι θυγατέρες του Πίερου, οι Πιερίδες, ονομάζονται μερικές φορές και Ημαθίδες.
  • Amathos (altgriechisch Ἄμαθος) ist eine Person der griechischen Mythologie. Nach einem Scholion zur Ilias ist er der Sohn des Makedon, des eponymen Heros von Makedonien, und ein Enkel des Zeus und der . Amathos wird als eponymer Heros der makedonischen Stadt genannt, sein Bruder ist , der namensgebende Heros der Stadt Pieria.
  • Emathus, Emathius or Amathus (Greek:Ἥμαθος, Ἠμάθιος, Ἄμαθος), was son of Makednos, from whom Emathia (the Homeric name of Lower Macedonia) was believed to have derived its name. The daughters of his brother Pierus, the Pierides, are sometimes called Emathides after him. The Emathian or Emathius in Latin is a frequently used epithet in Latin poets for Alexander the Great. Emathus was apparently first called son of Makednos in Marsyas of Pella (c. 330 BC), who made Emathos and Pieros the eponymous founders of these two regions in Ancient Macedonia. According to Solinus (9.10), Emathius was unrelated to and earlier than Makednos. He also says that while the country was still called Emathia, Orestes and Hermione arrived and had a son Orestis there, who founded an empire (also called Orestis) stretching to the Adriatic; this was some time before Makednos. According to Stephanus of Byzantium, Brusos was a son of Emathius, from whom Brusis, a portion of Macedonia, was believed to have derived its name. Galadrus, another son of Emathius, is likewise credited with giving his name to the city of Galadrai.
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