A son of Licymnius of Midea in Argolis, was the first victor at Olympia, is corrupt. in the foot-race. (Pind. Ol. xi. 76, &c.; Apollod. ii. 7. § 3; Paus. iii. 15. § 3.) He is said to have been killed at Sparta by the sons of Hippocoon, but was avenged by Heracles, whose kinsman man he was, and was honoured with a monument near the temple of Heracles. (Paus. l. c.)