Aenete

Aenete (Greek: polytonic|Αἰνήτη) was in Greek mythology a daughter of Eusorus, and wife of Aeneas, by whom she had a son, Cyzicus, the founder of the town of this name. In some traditions she is called Aenippe. [Apollonius of Rhodes, i. 950] [Orph. "Argon." 502] [Citation
last = Schmitz
first = Leonhard
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contribution = Aenete
editor-last = Smith
editor-first = William
title = Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology
volume = 1
pages = 34
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year = 1867
contribution-url = http://www.ancientlibrary.com/smith-bio/0043.html
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