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*Lh/itos), a son of Alector or Alectryon, by Cleobule, and father of Peneleus. (Apollod. 3.10.8; Diod. 4.67.) He is mentioned among the Argonauts (Apollod. 1.9.16), and commanded the Boeotians in the war against Troy (Hom. Il. 2.494, 17.602; Paus. 9.4. 3), from whence he took with him the remains of Arcesilaus. (Paus. 9.39.3.) His tomb was shown in later times at Plataeae. (Paus. 9.4.3; comp. Hyg. Fab. 97.)


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