Zarex (Ancient Greek: Ζάρηξ) is the name of a hero of Ancient Greek mythology, son of Carystus or Carycus, grandson of Chiron. He is credited with having learned the music of Apollo, and having founded the town of Zarex in Laconia; he also had a heroon at Eleusis, next to that of Hippothoon. There also was a mountain on Euboea thought to be named after him. He married Rhoeo and adopted her son by Apollo, Anius, who had been raised by his divine father .
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