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In Greek mythology, the Doliones (Ancient Greek: Δολίονες) or Dolionians were the people living on the coast of the Propontis (northwestern Asia Minor), visited by the Argonauts.[1] They were ruled by Cyzicus, son of Aeneus and Aenete.

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After the departure of the Argonauts in Lemnos, they came to the land of the Doliones of whom Cyzicus was the king. Cyzicus welcomed the Argonauts on their journey to Colchis and received them with generous hospitality. But after their departure, a storm drove them back to the Cyzicene coast at night. With neither the Argonauts nor King Cyzicus and the Doliones recognizing one another, each mistook the other as an enemy and battle ensued (the Doliones thought they were Pelasgian army who constantly harassed them). The Argonauts slew many natives, among the rest was King Cyzicus who was himself killed either by Jason or Heracles.

Name Killer[2] Name Killer[3]
Abaris[4] Jason Artaceus[5] Meleager
Admon (Hidmon)[6] Heracles Basileus[7] Telamon
Amastrus[8] Nestor Gephyrus[9] Peleus
Ambrosius[10] Peleus Itymoneus[11] Meleager
Bienor[12] Megabrontes[13] Heracles
Brontes[4] Jason Megalossaces[14] Dioscuri
Corythus[15] Tydeus Phlogius[16] Dioscuri
Cotys[12] Promeus[17] Idas
Dorceus[18] Jason Sphodris[19] Acastus
Echeclus[10] Ancaeus Telecles[20] Heracles
Erymus[21] Zelys[22] Jason
Genysus[23]
Glaucus[24] Jason
Hages[25] Polydeuces
Halys[26] Jason
Hebrus[27] Polydeuces
Iron[28]
Itys[29] Castor
Medon[30]
Melanthus[31] Telamon
Nealces[25] Polydeuces
Nisaeus[32] Telamon
Ochus[33] Phlias
Opheltes[25] Telamon
Ornytus[34] Idmon
Phlegyas[35] Heracles
Phoceus[36] Telamon
Protis[37] Jason
Pyrnus[12] ?
Sages[38] Hylas
Telecoon[39] Ancaeus
Thapsus[25] Polydeuces
Zelys[4] Peleus

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