PHYLAS

ΦΥΛΑΣ

1. A king of the Dryopes, was attacked and slain by Heracles, because he had violated the sanctuary of Delphi. By his daughter Mideia, Heracles became the father of Antiochus. (Paus. i. 5. § 2, iv. 34. § 6, x. 10. § I; Diod. iv. 37.)

2. A son of Antiochus, and grandson of Heracles and Mideia, was married to Deiphile, by whom he had two sons, Hippotas and Thero. (Paus. ii. 4. § 3, ix. 40. § 3; Apollod. ii. 8. § 3.)

3. A king of Ephyra in Thesprotia, and the father of Polymele and Astyoche, by the latter of whom Heracles was the father of Tlepolemus. (Apollod. ii. 7. § 6; Hom. Il. xvi. 180; comp. Diod. iv. 36.)