Olenus

In Greek mythology, Olenus (or Olenos) was the name of several individuals:

  1. Olenus, son of Hephaestus and father of Helike and Aex, two nurses of infant Zeus. A city in Aulis was named for him.
  2. Olenus, son of Zeus and Anaxithea, daughter of Danaus, eponym of a city in Achaea.
  3. Olenus, father of Tectaphus the Lapith.
  4. Olenus, a man who lived on Mount Ida. His wife Lethaea claimed she was more beautiful than any goddess. They were both turned to stone; although Olenus could have avoided this fate, he chose to be with his wife.
  5. Olenus, a Lelegian, father of Phoceus. His son was killed by the Argonauts.

Other articles related to "olenus":

List Of Metamorphoses Characters - Characters
462-493 Lethaea Wife of Olenus ... II 637-675 Olenus (1) Father of Tectaphus the Lapith ... XII 433 Olenus (2) Husband to Lethaea with whom he was turned to stone ...