Clytius (Template:Lang-el) is the name of many people in Greek mythology:
- A son of Laomedon, brother of Priam, and an elder of Troy. Also spelled Klythios, Klytios, Clytios, and Klytius.
- A young soldier in the army of Turnus who is loved by Cydon in Virgil's Aeneid.
- One of the Gigantes killed by Hecate in the battle of the gods.
- A man who attended Telemachus in Homer's Odyssey.
- One of the sons of Aeolus who followed Aeneas into Italy and was killed by Turnus is also named Clytius in the Aeneid.
- An Argonaut, son of Eurytus, killed by Apollo for challenging him to an archery match.
- ↑ Homer. Iliad, 3.148.
- ↑ Virgil. Aeneid, 10, v. 325.
- ↑ Imrė Trenčeni-Valdapfelis (1972). „Mitologija“.
- ↑ Homer. Odyssey, 16.327.
- ↑ Virgil. Aeneid, 9, v.744.
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