1. A son of Phegeus of Psophis, and brother of Temenus and Arsinoë or Alphesiboea. (Paus. viii. 24. § 4.) Apollodorus (iii. 7. § 5) calls the two sons of Phegeus, Agenor and Pronous. [See AGENOR, No. 5, ALCMAEON, ACARNAN.]

2. A son of Priam, who was slain by Eurypylus, the son of Euaemon. (Hygin. Fab. 90; Paus. x. 27.)