>ahro^n = Mides; <atni^->el = Kamesos

>ahro^n = Mides

Gordios tied the knot (GM 83.e) of marriage with his priestess-wife.

<am-ram "celebrated for a second time his wedding with his wife, who,

Mides was told of fruit which when eaten "renews the youth" (GM 83.b) of mortals.

though one hundred and thirty years old, had under the nuptial canopy become like a young maiden." (JE, s.v. "Amram")

Gordios was father of Mides (GM 83.f).

<am-ram was the father of >ahro^n

Mides was king of (GM 83.a) the Moskhoi (‘calf-folk’ – GM 83.1); and transformed objects into gold (GM 83.c).

>ahro^n instituted worship of the Golden Calf

Mides dissented from the opinion of Tmolos (GM 83.g).

>ahro^n dissented from the opinion of Mos^eh

JE = Jewish Encyclopaedia http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=1427&letter=A&search=Amram#1

<atni^->el = Kamesos

Phokos ‘seal’ was named for his mother’s (PsamatheTh 1103sq) having become (PS, p. 22, fn. 50) one

seal-skin may have been used as wrapping for the Ark of the Covenant

Phokos was father of (CDCM, s.v. "Phocos 1") heroine Kalli-rrhoe

Kaleb was father of woman >aksah

Kalli-rrhoe (‘beautifully flowing’) became, at Kaludon, a water-spring for the sake of her prospective husband Kamesos (P 7:21)

for the sake of her husband (S^PT.YM 1:13) <atni^->el, >aksah obtained (S^PT.YM 1:15) 2 water-s

Phokos was son of (DS 4:72:6 – cited in PS, p. 21, fn. 47) ORNUtion (< [H^ittite & Samskr.ta] /ARNaWa/ ‘sea’)

Th = Hesiodos : Theogonia http://www.theoi.com/Pontios/NereisPsamathe.html

PS = Anne Pippin Burnett : Pindar’s Songs. Oxford U Pr, 2005.

CDCM = Pierre Grimal : A Concise Dictionary of Classical Mythology. 1990.

P = Pausanias (cited in Thomas Keightley : Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy. 1888. p. 401)

DS = Diodoros Sikelos