Mopsus

Greek - A prophet. Son of Apollo or Rhacius by Manto. He entered into a contest with another seer, Calchas, who died of grief when he lost. He quarrelled with Amphilochus and each killed the other when they fought. In some accounts, he is the same as Mopsus, the Argonaut. Sometimes referred to as Mopsus, Mopsos, Mopsos, Mopsus, Mopsus or Mopsus.
Greek - Son of Ampyx and Chloris. He took part in the battle between the Centaurs and the Lapiths and in the hunt for the Calydonian Boar; he also sailed with the Argonauts as soothsayer. When their ship was blown ashore in Libya, he was killed as a result of treading on a snake which bit him. Some say that he is the same person as Mopsus, son of Apollo. In some references, identified as Mopsus, Mopsos, Mopsos, Mopsus, Mopsus or Mopsus.
Greek - A shepherd. He is said to have made an unlikely marriage to the beautiful Nisa. Also called Mopsus, Mopsos, Mopsos, Mopsus, Mopsus or Mopsus.

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