). A son of Aesculapius, and surgeon of the Greeks
in the Trojan War. He led, with his brother Podalirus, troops from Trica, Ithomé,
and Oechalia. He was killed by Eurypylus, the son of Telephus, and received divine honours
after his death in Messenia, of which he was by some called the king. See Verg.
Aen. ii. 263 Aen., 426.