Erginus

Greek - Son of Poseidon. He sailed with the Argonauts and took over as helmsman when Tiphys died. At times, called Erginus.
Greek - A king of the Minyans. Son of Clymenus. Father of Agamedes and Trophonius. He avenged the killing of his father by defeating the Thebans and exacting a tribute of one hundred cattle for twenty years. When Heracles cut the noses off his heralds, he attacked Thebes but was defeated by Heracles who increased the tribute to 200 cattle. Some say that he was killed by Heracles, others that he lived to old age, married a young wife and fathered two sons, Agamedes and Trophonius. On occassion, identified as Erginus.

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