ANTIPHUS

ΑΝΤΙΦΟΣ

1. A son of Priam and Hecuba. (Hom. Il. iv. 490; Apollod. iii. 12. § 5.) While he was tending the flocks on mount Ida with his brother Isus, he was made prisoner by Achilles, but was restored to freedom after a ransom was given for him. He afterwards fell by the hands of Agamemnon. (Hom. Il. ix. 101, &c.)

2. A son of Thessalus, and one of the Greek heroes at Troy. He and his brother Pheidippus joined the Greeks with thirty ships, and commanded the men of Carpathos, Casos, Cos, and other islands. (Hom. Il. ii. 675, &c.) According to Hyginus (Fab. 97) he was a son of Mnesylus and Chalciope.

3. Four other mythical personages of this name are mentioned in Hom. Il. ii. 846, Od. ii. 19, xvii. 68; Apollod. i. 7. § 3.