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  • Greek Greek (culture)
  • Giant Giant (attribute)
  • Deadly Deadly (behaviour)

An alternative name for the Greek Giant Aegon. The spelling of Egeon came form the Italian author Boccaccio (1313 1375). Aegon was a monster of ancient Greece that had one hundred arms and fifty faces. These creatures were known as the Hecatoncheires born from Ouranos and Gaia.

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