), a son of the Pylian Nestor and Anaxibia, accompanied his father on the expedition against Troy, and returned with him to Pylos. (Hom. Il. 9.81
, Od. 3.39
According to Philostratus (Her.
3.2), he did not go to Troy.
He was the father of Sillus, and his tomb was shown at Pylos in Messenia. (Paus. 2.18.7