Adrastus (disambiguation)

Adrastus (disambiguation)

Adrastus (Greek: Ἄδραστος) means "inescapable". It can refer to:

*Adrastus, an Argive king
*Adrastus (mythology)
*Adrastus (son of Gordias)
*Adrastus of Aphrodisias
*Adrantus (also known as Adrastus or Ardrantus)
*Adrastus of Cyzicus

ee also

*Adrastea
*Adrasteia


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