OTHER WORDS FROM ThyestesThy·es·te·an [thahy-es-tee-uhn, thahy-e-stee-uhn], /θaɪˈɛs ti ən, ˌθaɪ ɛˈsti ən/, Thy·es·ti·an, adjective
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Atreus, to revenge himself of his unnatural brother, killed the sons of Thyestes, and invited him to eat them.
The House of Thyestes, whence Agamemnon sprang, is marked by even blacker legends.Homer and His Age|Andrew Lang
Atreus, grandson of Tantalus, immortalised in infamy with his brother Thyestes: ib.The Complete Works of Richard Crashaw, Volume I (of 2)|Richard Crashaw
They likewise built Argos; which is mentioned by Thyestes in Seneca as a wonderful performance.
Thyestes exalts over the fulfillment of another chapter in the inevitable curse.Guy Livingstone;|George A. Lawrence