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I haven’t been able to find anything as to whether a Battus took women and hildren and animal with him. However, I learned tha he had a butterfly named after him! The battus philenor!
thank you for your reply. Interesting about the butterfly!
I suppose the women and children etc were just taken for granted!! :)

Susan

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