In Greek mythology, Aegialeus (also Aegealeus, Egialeus) is a name attributed to several individuals.

  • Aegialeus (King of Argos), elder son of Adrastus, a king of Argos
  • Aegialeus was, in a tradition followed by Pacuvius,[1] Justin,[2] and Diodorus,[3] the name given to the son of Aeëtes, who was murdered by Medea.[4]


  1. Cicero. De Natura Deorum, iii. 19.
  2. Junianus Justinus, xlii. 3.
  3. Diodorus Siculus, iv. 45.
  4. Schmitz, Leonhard (1849). "Absyrtus". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology. 1. Boston. pp. 3–4. 
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