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  Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, Epic Cycle, Homerica.  1922.
 
Fragments of the Epic Cycle
The Story of Oedipus
 
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  … the Story of Oedipus by Cinaethon in six thousand six hundred verses.
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  Judging by Homer I do not believe that Oedipus had children by Iocasta: his sons were born of Euryganeia as the writer of the Epic called the Story of Oedipus clearly shows.
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  The authors of the Story of Oedipus (say) of the Sphinx: “But furthermore (she killed) noble Haemon, the dear son of blameless Creon, the comeliest and loveliest of boys.”
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