Esporádes

Rainha: Estáfilo
Território: Arquipélago das Espórades
Cidades: Quios, Ésquiro, .

 

Basilo

Filhas de Estáfilo.

Molpadia 2 (Hemithea 2) was united by her father to Phoroneus‘ son Lyrcus 2, while the latter was drunk. They say that at first he was angry, but later he took off his belt and gave it to Molpadia 2, asking her to keep it until their offspring had grown up, so that he might possess a token by which he might be recognised. Their son Basilus appeared in Caunus, Lycia, when he was a grown man, and his father, now an old man, recognized him as his son, and gave him his throne. Molpadia 2 hurled herself down from a rock fearing her father’s severity. She was daughter of Staphylus 1 (son of Ariadne) and Chrysothemis 2 [Dio.5.62.1-3; Parth.1.4.-6].]

Parthenos, whom Apollo put among the stars because she died young, was daughter of Chrysothemis 2, either by Apollo or by Staphylus 1, son of Ariadne [see also CONSTELLATIONS] [Dio.5.62.3; Hyg.Ast.2.25].

 

Fano

Irmãos de estáfilo. Fauno é um dos argonautas.

 

Mérope

Rei de Quios.

 

Sícino

Filho de Toas de Lemnos.

 

Radamanto

Irmão do rei Minos.

 

Ésmile

No século II d.C., havia na ilha um santuário muito antigo de Hera, que alguns diziam ter sido feito pelos argonautas, e outros por Smillis, filho de Eucleides, um contemporâneo de Dédalo.[1]

Sícino

Sicinus is the man after whom the island Oenoe (one of the Cyclades) was renamed Sicinus. He was son of Thoas 3 and Oenoe 1 [Arg.1.623].

Tembrion.

Ionian colonist in Samos (the Aegean island off the western coast of Asia Minor) [Strab.14.1.3].