Greek - A king of Thrace. Son of Eioneus or Strymon and Euterpe or Terpsichore. Husband of Arganthöe. He fought on the side of the Trojans at the siege of Troy and was killed by Diomedes and Odysseus when they made a night-raid on the city. In some accounts, he lived on as the Thracian god of that name, in others his spirit lived in a cave on Mount Rhodope as an oracle. His wife died of grief at the news of his death. Called Rhesus, Rhesos, Rhesos or Rhesus.
Greek - A play by Euripides dealing with the Trojan War. On occassion, referred to as Rhesus, Rhesos, Rhesos or Rhesus.

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