3. A king of Apulia.
He had been obliged to flee from Illyria, his native land, into Apulia, and gave his name to a portion of his new country. (Daunia.)
He is said to have hospitably received Diomedes, and to have given him his daughter Euippe in marriage. (Fest. s.v. Plin. Nat. 3.11
; comp. DIOMEDES.)