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Actaeus (Actaeüs) (reign ended 1556 BC) was the first king of Athens, father of Agraulus and father-in-law to Cecrops, the second king of Athens. Also gave Attica (Acte) its name before it was changed to Cecropia by Cecrops. Actaeus had no sons and was therefore succeeded by Cecrops.

King of Athens

Preceded by None

Succeeded by Cecrops I

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