"Fair to Strangers." The daughter of the tyrant Syleus of Aulis. Heracles killed her along with her father. Another daughter was raised by Syleus' brother Dicaeus. She fell in love with Heracles, but died of grief because she could not be his. When Heracles came to her funeral he had to be restrained from throwing himself on her funeral pyre.
- Pseudo-Apollodorus. The Library ii, 6.3.
- Vollmer, Wilhelm. (1874). Wörterbuch der Mythologie. Stuttgart, p. 422.