Stymphllus, a mythical king of Arcadia, from whom the marsh and city Stymphalis derived their name. He was the son of Elatus and Laodice, and was murdered by Pelops, in consequence of which crime a pestilence, or, as others say, a famine, broke out in Greece, which was finally averted by the prayers of AEacus.

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