Farther on from here, across the torrent called Charadrus （Gully）, is Oenoe, named, the Argives say, after Oeneus. The story is that Oeneus, who was king in Aetolia
, on being driven from his throne by the sons of Agrius, took refuge with Diomedes at Argos
, who aided him by an expedition into Calydonia, but said that he could not remain with him, and urged Oeneus to accompany him, if he wished, to Argos
. When he came, he gave him all the attention that it was right to give a father's father, and on his death buried him here. After him the Argives name the place Oenoe.