Grandfather of Glaukos/Glaucus of Xanthos. Big hero of his day, largely forgotten today and overshadowed by Perseus, Herakles, Theseus, and others. Perhaps he needs a big budget Hollywood film to rescue him from obscurity, or perhaps it would be best for this not to occur. They'd only get it wrong.
Glaucus, being Lycian (or Glaukos, being Lykian) fought on the Trojan side against the Argives.
In response to a comment on a recent video about PInara, I have included maps to locate where I am in this video. I do heed you, my audience. One of these maps also shows you where PInara is.
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