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In Greek mythology, the name Erymanthus (Ἑρύμανθος) may refer to:
- God of the river Erymanthus. He was worshipped at Psophis.
- Son of Aristas, father of Arrhon, and grandfather of Psophis (male); alternately, son of Arcas, father of Xanthus, and again grandfather of Psophis (female).
- Son of Apollo, who spied on Aphrodite making love to Adonis and was blinded by the angry goddess. Apollo took revenge on Aphrodite by changing himself into a boar and killing Adonis (but see Erymanthian Boar).
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