Σαρπηδών: second only to Hector; the bravest leader of the allies, regarded by the Trojans as “ἑρμα πόληος Π” 549 prop of the city. He was son of Zeus and Laodamia, Bellerophon's daughter, 6.198 f. He led in the attack on the Achaean camp, M 101, 292 ff., 397 ff. He was slain by Patroclus, 16.480 ff. At the command of Zeus, Apollo bathed his corpse, anointed it with ambrosia and gave it to the twin brothers, Sleep and Death, to convey to Lycia, 16.667 ff.Γλαῦκος: Glaucus tells of his race, Z 145 ff. He was first cousin of Sarpedon and grandson of Bellerophon, descended from Sisyphus of Corinth. He is associated with Sarpedon in the battles. He has a famous meeting with Diomed, 6.119 ff. He was wounded by Teucer, 12.387 ff. The honors received by the two Lycian heroes at home, are enumerated by Sarpedon, 12.310. — The name ‘Lycia’ is given by the poet also to the district from which Pandarus (v. 827) comes, cf. 5.105. From those Trojan Lycians, the Southern Lycians of Sarpedon are to be distinguished.
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