Telestes. A Cretan from Phaestus; father of Ianthe 2 [Ov.Met.9.717].
Asterius 5 commanded the Cretans who joined Dionysus 2 in his campaign against the Indians. He never returned to Crete but settled among the Colchians in the eastern coast of the Black Sea and called them Asterians. Asterius 5 was son of Minos 2 and Androgenia, a girl from Phaestus in Crete. Asterius 5 is the father of Miletus, Caunus, and Byblis [Nonn.13.223, 13.245, 13.546ff.].
Lamprus, son of Pandion 6 from Phaestus in Crete, wished to have a son and told her wife Galatea 2 to expose the child if it turned out to be a girl. When Galatea 2 gave birth to a girl she asked the gods to change the sex of her daughter, and Leto turned her into a boy, Leucippus 6 [Lib.Met.17].
Pandion 6, from Phaestus in Crete, was father of Lamprus [Lib.Met.17].
Rhopalus. Son of King Phaestus 2 of Sicyon and father of Hippolytus 5 [Pau.2.6.7].
Androgenia. This girl from Phaestus (Crete) is mother by Minos 2 of Asterius 5, who commanded the Cretans who joined Dionysus 2 in his campaign against the Indians. He never returned to Crete but settled among the Colchians and called them Asterians. Asterius 5 has been called father of Miletus, Caunus and Byblis, but other parentages have been given for these three [Nonn.13.223, 13.245, 13.546ff.].