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In Greek mythology, Androgeus was the son of the king of Crete, Minos and Pasiphae. He was murdered by an envious Aegeus, after winning all the prizes at a feast. As a result of this, Athens had to sacrifice a number of children to the Minotaur as punishment.[1]