Many years the happy pair abode in Calydon, and children were born to them.
The story is exquisitely told by Swinburne in Atalanta in Calydon.
His Atalanta in Calydon is, down to the choruses, an imitation of the Sophoclean tragedies.
Meleager was the son of Œneus and Althea, king and queen of Calydon.
In Calydon, young and old, noble and serf, were all lamenting.
Fairest among the maidens of tolia was Deianira, daughter of Œneus, King of Calydon.
One feels this even in that most beautiful of his lyrics, the first chorus in Atalanta in Calydon.
In that day of the chase, there was one enterprise renowned above all others,—the great hunt of Calydon.
Driven from Calydon for homicide, he goes with Deianeira to Trachis.
Yet had not the Lapithæ or Calydon done so great wickedness as hath this nation of Troy.