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- Asterion, one of the Potamoi.
- Asterius, one of the Giants.
- Asterion, an attendant of the starry-god Astraeus.
- Asterion or Asterius, king of Crete.
- Asterion or Asterius, name of the Minotaur.
- Asterius, a son of Minos and Androgenia, a girl from the Cretan city of Phaestus. He was the commander of Cretans who joined the god Dionysus in his Indian War. Asterius never returned to his homeland but instead settled among the Colchians and named them Asterians. There Asterius fathered Miletus, Caunus, and Byblis.
- Asterius, a king of Anactoria (Miletus) and son of Anax, son of Gaia. He was a slain by the hero Miletus who named after himself the newly conquered lands.
- Asterius, according to Hyginus one of the Sons of Aegyptus, who married Cleo, daughter of Danaus.
- Asterius, son of Neleus and Chloris. He was slain along with his brothers, except Nestor, by Heracles when the hero took revenge to Neleus who refused to cleans him from blood-debt.
- Asterion or Asterius, an Argonaut from Piresia in Thessaly.
- Asterius or Asterion, an Argonaut from the Achaean city of Pellene.
- Pausanias. Description of Greece, 2.15.5
- Barber 1991 p. 381.
- Nonnus. Dionysiaca, Book 6.66
- Pseudo-Apollodorus. Bibliotheca, Book 3.1.2–4, Diodorus Siculus. Bibliotheca Historica, Book 4.60.3, give Asterius; Pausanias, Description of Greece, 2.31.1, gives Asterion.
- Pseudo-Apollodorus. Bibliotheca, Book 3.1.4
- Nonnus. Dionysiaca, Book 13.223, 13.245 & 13.546ff
- Pausanias, Description of Greece, 7.2.5
- Hyginus, Fabulae 170
- Pseudo-Apollodorus. Bibliotheca, Book 1.9.9 & 2.7.3
- Argonautica Orphica, 163
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