Mygdon of Phrygia

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In Greek mythology, King Mygdon (Μύγδων in Greek; gen.: Μύγδονος) of Phrygia was a son of Acmon and father of Coroebus by his wife Anaximene. He led a force of Phrygians against the Amazons alongside his comrades Otreus (another Phrygian leader) and King Priam of Troy, one generation before the Trojan War.