Greek - King of Elis. Son of Augeas. Brother of Agamede and Phyleus. Father of Polyxenus. Heracles cleansed the filthy stables of Augeas who then reneged on his promise to give Heracles a tenth of his herds. When Heracles later returned to exact vengeance, some say that he installed Agasthenes on the throne of Elis; others say that his brother, Phyleus, was made king. In some references, known as Agasthenes.
Greek - A suitor for the hand of Helen. Sometimes identified as Agasthenes.

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