Alexiares and Anicetus
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Alexiares and Anicetus are minor twin gods in Greek Mythology. Alexiares and Anicetus are the sons of Heracles and Hebe, and along with their father, the guardians of Mount Olympus. Their names mean "he who wards off war" and "the unconquerable one" respectively. They remained eternally children, perhaps because of their mother's connection with youth.
- child of Heracles
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A New Classical Lexicon of Biography, Mythology, and Geography, including the pronunciation of proper names supported by authorities, etc (1858)
by Thomas Swinburne CARR
Two sons, Alexiares and Anicetus, were the fruit of this marriage ...
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