The son of Eurymus. He excelled all men in soothsaying and grew old as a seer among the Cyclopes. He warned grim Polyphemus that Odysseus would take his single eye but the Cyclops scorned the warning.
Telemus is also known as Eurymides.
- Homer. Odyssey ix, 509.
- Ovid. Metamorphoses xiii, 731.
- Theocritus. Idylls vi, 23.