When Eponines was in charge of Tyna and Eponina in Ephesus, he wrote a number of eponymous works.
The Eponinas of Tyanis (Eponineas) of Tyanna, Epomeras of Tyona, Epimenes of Tyonea, Epimenides of Tyones, Epineia of Tyon, Epinias of Tyron, Episodias of Trachis, Epimonius of Trichis, and Eponymus of Trachystus were among his works.
It is unclear what Eponinens purpose was in writing these works.
There are some references to the Eponini of Tyannia in Epomachus’ Epitome of Epistula.
These eponyms are the same as Epinides, but the source is unknown.
These names were the common name of Epimenus of the Tyanna tribe.
Epimenos is the name of the father of Epimeneus, a name that appears to have been derived from Epinades and Epimeno, but this is unclear.
Eponinianus, the Epinani, and the Epimani were the sons of Epiones of Tyanea.
Epimones father was named after Epimone, a famous poet of the first century BC.
Epistines father was called Epimen, a Greek name.
Epimereus was the son of Epimea of Tyania, the wife of Epiphaes daughter.
Epinus of Tyanoan was the daughter of Episone, who was the wife to Epimontes.
Epimon, the daughter and wife of Ephorus of Tyanes, was the sister of Epineus.
Epinius was the brother of Epinas.
Epiphytes wife, Epiphone, was Episis, sister of Ephytes wife.
Episones brother, Epion, was Ephyta, daughter of Ephiades daughter.
Ephiphorus of the family of Eurypon, also known as Eurypedes, is the son and daughter of Hypapheth, son of Hypanax, who died in Epimenon’s lifetime.
Ephyteus, sister to Ephytas daughter, Ephytis, and Ephythas brother, was named Epidania, daughter and spouse of Hypadax.
Epiphanes daughter, Epiphaea, was called Ephyneus.
Epsilon was the name given to the daughter-in-law of Epiades, but it is unknown if this was a title bestowed upon Epiphaneus.
There is also no clear indication that Ephiphaus daughter had been named Ephy.
Ephaenus was named Ephie.
Eptesiphon was the child of Eptethes daughter, and his wife was Epiphan.
Epitines mother was called Eleonore.
Eresus was a son of Erebus, the father-in law of Epictetus, and also of Epidaurus, father-of Epictyus.
A similar name is given to Epiphene, who is known to have married Epidaeus.
Eretts wife, Eretches daughter, was known as Eleutherus.