- Eleuther, son of Apollo and Aethusa. He is renowned for having an excellent singing voice, which earned him a victory at the Pythian games, and for having been the first to erect a statue of Dionysus, as well as for having given his name to Eleutherae. His sons were Iasius and Pierus. He also had several daughters, who spoke impiously of the image of Dionysus wearing a black aegis, and were driven mad by the god; as a remedy, Eleuther, in accordance with an oracle, established a cult of "Dionysus of the Black Aegis".
- Eleuther, a variant of the name Eleutherios, early Greek god who was the son of Zeus and probably an alternate name of Dionysus.
- Eleuther, one of the twenty sons of Lycaon. He and his brother Lebadus were the only not guilty of the abomination prepared for Zeus, and fled to Boeotia.
- Eleuther, one of the Curetes, was said to have been the eponym of the towns Eleutherae and Eleuthernae in Crete.
- Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca 3. 10. 1
- Pausanias, Description of Greece, 10. 7. 3
- Hyginus, Fabulae, 225
- Stephanus of Byzantium s. v. Eleutherai
- Pausanias, Description of Greece, 9. 20. 1
- Suda s. v. melanaigida Dionyson
- Kerényi, Karl. 1976. Dionysus. Trans. Ralph Manheim, Princeton University Press. ISBN 0691029156, 9780691029153
- Plutarch, Quaestiones Graecae, 39
- Stephanus of Byzantium, s. v. Eleutherai, Eleuthernai
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