A son of the Pylian Nestor and Anaxibia, accompanied his father on the expedition against Troy, and returned with him to Pylos. (Hom. Il. ix. 81, xiv. 10, xvi. 321, xvii. 378, 705, Od. iii. 39, 414, 442, &c.) According to Philostratus (Her. iii. 2), he did not go to Troy. He was the father of Sillus, and his tomb was shown at Pylos in Messenia. (Paus. ii. 18. § 7, iv. 36. § 2.)