), king of Sparta, 12th of the Agids, son of Eurycrates, is named by Pausanias as commanding against Aristomenes, and to the end of the second Messenian war, B. C. 668; but probably on mere conjecture from the statement of Tyrtaeus (given by Strabo viii. p.362
), that the grandfathers fought in the first, the grandsons in the second. (Paus. 3.3
, 16.5, 22.3; Plut. Apoplhth. Lac.