Parrhasius (son of Lycaon)

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Parrhasius was in Greek mythology the son of Lycaon or of Zeus. He was an Arcadian hero, and his son Arcas had the region named after him.[1] He is said to have founded the Arcadian city of Parrhasia.

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  1. ^ The dictionary of classical mythology, Pierre Grimal, p. 346-7