), a son of Tisamenus, grandson of Thersander, and great-grandson of Polyneices.
He is called the father of Theras and Argeia, by the latter of whom Aristodemus became the father of Eurysthenes and Procles.
He was a native of Thebes, where he had succeeded his father as king, but at the command of an oracle he went to Peloponnesus and joined the Dorians. (Apollod. 2.8.2
; Paus. 3.15.4
; Hdt. 4.147
; Strab. viii. p.347