1. The god of Mount Tmolus in Lydia, is described as the husband of Pluto (or Omphale) and father of Tantalus, and said to have decided the musical contest between Apollo and Pan. (Apollod. ii. 6. § 3; Schol. ad Eurip. Or. 5 ; Ov. Met. xi. 157.)

2. A son of Proteus, was killed by Heracles. (Tzetz. ad Lyc. 124.)