A hero whose statue stood, according to Demetrius the Scepsian, in the sixteenth book of his Trojan Array, on the Hyacinthine road in Laconia, erected by those who made barley-cakes at the Phiditia, and by the attendants who mixed the wine. The same writer reports also, in the twenty-fourth book of the same work, that Daitas the hero was worshiped among the Trojans.



  • Athenaeus. The Deipnosophists v, 74.