Lycea a festival among the Arcadians, celebrated in honor of Zeus Lycaeus. It is said to have been instituted by Lycaon, the son of Pelasgus, who sacrificed a child on the occasion, and sprinkled the altar with its blood. Plutarch says that the Lycea was celebrated in a manner similar to the Roman Lupercalia.

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