). A king of Psophis in Arcadia. He was the father
of Arsinoë, Pronoüs, Agenor, Temenus, and Axion. He purified Alcmaeon
(q.v.) after he had slain his mother, and gave
him Arsinoë (or Alphesiboea) in marriage. Alcmaeon presented her with the necklace
and peplus of Harmonia; but wishing to get them back for his new wife, Callirrhoë, he
was slain by the sons of Phegeus at their father's bidding. The sons of Alcmaeon then put
Phegeus to death (Pausan. vi. 17, 4; viii. 24, 4; ix. 41, 2; Apollod.