AENUAsociación Ecuatoriana de las Naciones Unidas (Spanish)
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He that hurled it was Peirous, son of Imbrasus, captain of the Thracians, who had come from Aenus; the bones and both the tendons were crushed by the pitiless stone.
Judge Aenus McCarthy was told the men were found with a watch and a briefcase which belonged to Mr Thompson.
One Hippocratic author recorded that "In Aenus those who continually ate beans during a famine, both men and women, became weak in the legs and continued so.