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- Son of Pelias (not the same as Pelias of Iolcus). He fought in the Trojan War and was one of those who hid in the Trojan Horse.
- Son-in-law of Antenor. Was killed by Diomedes.
- An elder of Troy, interpreter of dreams. His sons Abas and Polyidus were killed by Diomedes.
- One of the Argonauts, son of Ctimenus or of Irus and Demonassa, if indeed in the latter case he is not being confounded with Eurytion.
- One of the sons of Aegyptus, who married and was killed by Phartis, daughter of Danaus.
- One of the suitors of Penelope, who gave her as a present a pair of earrings, and was eventually killed by Odysseus.
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