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Abas (sophist), an ancient Greek sophist and rhetorician. Abas (mythology), several individuals in Greek and Roman mythology. Abas (son of Lynceus), son of Lynceus of the royal family of Argos, and Hypermnestra, the last of the Danaides. Abas I of Armenia, king of Armenia from 928 to 953. — “Abas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Abas (Aβας e gresianeg) a oa anv meur a zen e mojennoù Hellaz kozh hag ivez en istor. [kemmañ] Er mojennoù Abas, un diouganer a voe savet un delwenn dezhañ gant tud Sparta e templ Apollon, peogwir en devoa roet harp da Lysandre ;. — “Abas - Wikipedia”, br.wikipedia.org
Abas and his Abantian followers migrated to the island of Euboea, where he subsequently reigned as king. Abas was one of Diomedes' companions, whom Aphrodite turned into a swan. — “Abas (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Soon as the descendant of Abas beheld her, with her arms bound to the hard rock, but that the light breeze was moving her hair, and her eyes were running with warm tears, he would have thought her to be a work of marble. — “Metamorphoses” by Ovid