The other stranger was achelous, god of the Calydonian River.
Behold me, the god achelous, the powerful King of the Waters!
The oracle of Dodone, in all its answers, ordered sacrifices to the achelous river.
Long they bravely wrestled and fought; till at length Hercules by his might overcame achelous and bore him to the ground.
Philip is joined by the Acarnanians, and marches to the achelous.
And that was not enough, but with relentless hand he broke one of the horns, and tore it from achelous's forehead.
He says further, that this river falls into the achelous, and that the Æas flows to Apollonia2301 towards the west.
Deaneira, however, much preferred her new lover, and begged him to free her from the betrothal with achelous.
Judging from the ornaments and images, this must be a spot sacred to achelous and the Nymphs.
It is conveniently situated above the passage across the achelous.