PROMACHUS

ΠΡΟΜΑΧΟΣ

1. One of the Epigoni, was a son of Parthenopaeus. (Apollod. iii. 7. § 2; Paus. x. 10. § 4.)

2. A son of Aeson, was killed by Pelias. (Apollod. i. 9. § 7; comp. PELIAS.)

3. A son of Alegenor, a Boeotian, fought in the Trojan war. (Honm. I. xiv. 475.)

4. A son of Heracles and brother of Echephron. (Paus. viii. 42. § 2; comp. ECHEPHRON.)

5. The name Promachus, that is, "the champion," also occurs as a surname of Heracles at Thebes (Paus. ix. 11. § 2), and of Hermes at Tanagra (ix. 22. § 2).