ECHEPOLUS

ΕΧΕΠΩΛΟΣ

The Homeric poems mention two personages of this name, the one a Trojan, who was slain by Antilochus (Il. iv 457, &c.), and the other a Sicyonian, who made Agamemnon a present of the mare Aethe, in order not to be obliged to accompany him to Troy. (Il. xxiii. 293, &c. )