Aulis, a daughter of Ogygus and Thebe, from whom the Boeotian town of Aulis was believed to have derived its name. (Paus. ix. 19.5.) Other traditions called her a daughter of Euonymus, the son of Cephissus. (Steph. Byz. s. v. Aulis.) She was one of the goddesses who watched over oaths under the name of praxidikai.
In Aulis, compels strangers to dig his vines, killed by Herakles.
(not Xenodice), daughter of Syleus, killed by Herakles.
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