A son of Eurytus, king of Oechalia. (See Heracles
A king of Elis, son of Praxonides, in the age of Lycurgus. He reestablished the Olympic
Games 470 years after their first institution, or B.C. 884. It was not, however, until 108
years after this (B.C. 776) that the custom was introduced of inscribing in the gymnasium at
Olympia the names of those who had borne off the prize in the stadium. (Pausan. v. 4, 5).